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11 days ago

Public Affairs Digital Intern (Spring Session)

United Nations Foundation Washington, DC

* Assist with maintaining the social media presence and messaging on all UNF digital properties, including Facebook, Twitter and Google+. * Assist… Beyond.com

3 days ago

Mobile Alliance for Maternal Action (MAMA) Intern (Spring Session) – new

United Nations Foundation Washington, DC

* Assist team on day-to-day operations. * Support communications and… Beyond.com

14 days ago

Administrative Assistant, Executive Office

United Nations Foundation Washington, DC

Cover all incoming calls to the President / CEO and the Executive Assistant to the President and CEO when the Executive Assistant is unavailable… Percipio Media

30+ days ago

Coordinator, Women, Girls and Population Team

United Nations Foundation Washington, DC

. These efforts also contribute to the compilation and communication within the UNF staff of better practices and lessons learned in effective… United Nations Foundation

15 days ago

Senior Communications Officer, Global Health

United Nations Foundation Washington, DC

The Senior Communications Officer, Global Health is responsible for strategic communications planning and implementation for the United Nations… United Nations Foundation

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    great place to work, good career launch pad

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    a very idealistic and enthusiastic workforce, well funded with many side perks (amazing happy hours, etc.). Several very interesting campaigns, and employees are generally very well educated and very nice.


    some concerns about long-term sustainability after the end of Ted Turner's contributions; the shift from substantive work towards more campaign & fundraising efforts means the focus of the organization is shifting (this could be good or bad depending on your perspective). There is a culture of having a bit too much money to work with - problems are often addressed by throwing cash at them, rather than creative problem solving under fiscal constraints (although, the flipside would likely be much worse)

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    The leadership is generally very supportive, however there is a definite sense of disconnect between realities on the ground and what the management seems to understand. There is definitely preferential treatment for different campaigns; but this seems to manifest less in bold leadership and more in slightly passive aggressive (and not entirely transparent) management. Also, the environment is a bit corporate - it would be nice to relax a little bit; might be able to attract more issue-oriented people that way who would otherwise be turned off by working at a place resembling a wall street bank.


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