The work schedule is really flexible, so if you're a busy student but looking for an easy flexible job while still having enough time, I would reccomend working here.
It took me about a week, I think it just depends on how long they take to process the paper work. First step is a simpl phone interview, when you pass that they'll ask you to attend one of the sessions so you get an idea of what it's like and so they can see how you interact with the kids and the parents, then they'll hire you. After that its just a matter of getting the paper work in and signing stuff.
I mean I wore black leggings and a shirt to my interview. Just wear something causal and neat, and they, at least for my interview, were judging on the performance rather than the appearance.
It was a group interview for mine, they had us on the soccer field demonstrating what we would say or do if we were coaches. It was about an hour or so. Didn't ask alot of questions rather judged on our preformence, they asked us how we would modify the way we explain so 18 months old would understand.
Very flexible schedule, if you want to enter the coaching world but need expericne this would be a great start since you don't need a coaching certification to work here and you don't need to be a soccer player.