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Interviewing at an NHA School

Our schools pride themselves in the environment they’ve cultivated, where everyone feels like they belong, and like they are a part of the family. We want our candidates to feel just as welcome! When preparing to interview at a school, keep in mind:

  • Depending on the position, you could be interviewing with up to 5 people. The leadership team, including the principal and all deans, may be present.
  • Principals appreciate when candidates bring copies of their resume. Be sure to bring at least 5 copies.
  • If time allows, you will be able to tour the school. This will help you get acquainted with the culture of the school and have a better understanding of the work environment.
  • We encourage you to visit the school’s website for more information prior to your interview.

Interviewing with NHA

Whether you're ready to apply for a specific job, or if you're beginning your job search, we're here to help! We've put together some helpful tips we believe will help you put your best foot forward.

NHA School Interview FAQ

How should I dress?

Dress to impress! Business professional attire is recommended.

Where should I park?

When you arrive, the parking lot is typically at the front of the school building.

What entrance do I come in?

You will enter through the main entrance to our school. Please look for the call button as you will need to be buzzed in by our office staff.

What should I bring?

Bring a notepad and pen to take notes, as well as extra copies of your resume.

How many interviews are required?

The number of interviews will depend on the position. However, most positions typically require two to three interviews. If you are interviewing for a teaching position you may be asked to do a Mock/Demo Lesson during one of your interviews.

Who will be interviewing me?

Your recruiter will send you a list of names and titles of your interviewers before your interview.

What questions should I ask?

Come prepared with any questions you may have regarding the position, the school, and/or NHA as a whole.