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    I was a Product Development intern at CleanEdison

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    I have been working at CleanEdison as an intern for less than a year

    Pros

    CleanEdison offers a very dynamic work environment. My internship is therefore a very fast-paced educational experience. As a Product Development Intern I was introduced to the world of Product Development and Marketing. I am delegated quite a few daily tasks as well as tasks due at a later date so there is always something new to learn and master. I learned A LOT about developing a product in a start-up environment as well as familiarized myself with the sustainable marketing industry and SEO.

    I started working for CleanEdison when it was still a start-up and we got acquired halfway through my internship. Therefore we went from a busy, flexible work environment to a more rigorous and organized one. Both have their advantages and disadvantages, but I consider myself lucky to have experienced both. I was allowed to take the equivalent of a week and a half work weeks worth of days off during my internship which I sincerely appreciated. Also, as a commuter to NYC, it was a huge benefit to be working for a company that understood how difficult it is to arrive precisely at 9 am every morning and who was able to be somewhat flexible with my punch in/ punch out times.

    Cons

    One of the challenges I experienced was the "learn as you go" approach. It makes for quick learning, but not only is it stressful, but I definitely could have become more efficient and productive much quicker if I had been formally trained,over the course of two or three days, rather than learning different approaches, software, policies etc over the course of one month. Also watch that thermostat.

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