Anyone Heard Back GS For Undergraduate Camp Admissions Yet?

First post here... I applied to GS's undergraduate camp for minorities and did the hirevue interview last sunday, which I think went pretty well. I got an email from GS after I finished saying they received my interview and that a recruiter will contact me soon, but haven't heard anything back yet. I am really anxious about whether I got accepted or not, as this would be a huge opportunity for me so I was wondering if any other freshman or sophomores here applied this year and whether they heard back yet? Or if you have done this program in the past do you have any experiences to share or know how long it took for you to hear back from them?

Comments (12)

Jan 12, 2019

I'm a sophomore, haven't heard back from them either

Jan 13, 2019

Chill its only been a week they have thousands of these videos to go through lmao I went to the camp last spring and they didn't tell me until 2 weeks before the event so given they stay consistent with last year expect a decision by end of Jan/start of Feb for undergraduate camp

Jan 23, 2019

I doubt they manually watch the videos one by one. I've heard that HireVues are analyzed by a ML algorithm.

Jan 23, 2019

Has anyone else heard back yet? Someone said they got accepted to the women's one in another post

Jan 23, 2019

Are there any non-diversity programs for sophomores?

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Jan 28, 2019

Just heard back today at 7:21pm EST!! I got accepted to the one in Utah, Feb 20-22!!!

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Jan 30, 2019

Nice me too. Congratulations

Jan 28, 2019

Heard back today and accepted to the NY program! Hope to see some of you there!

Jan 23, 2019

Congrats! May I ask when you submitted your HireVue?

Jan 28, 2019

Thank you! I submitted my hirevue January 4th

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Jan 30, 2019

Anyone know how useful it is? Just that I have a midterm conflict and not sure what I can do about it. Heard that many times it has promoted more middle/back office roles, would love to hear about students' experiences