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    Former Employee - Intern in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Intern in New York, NY

    I worked at WNYC Radio as an intern (less than an year)


    Great people -- friendly, smart, engaging, interesting. Very interesting work and very interesting subjects. Looks great on your resume coming out of college or if you're early in your career. Work conditions are flexible, and you are given real work to do, unlike many internships where you are given the menial tasks nobody else wants to do.


    It's public radio, but even given that, compensation for interns could be better. There are other non-profits that pay interns more. (But there are for-profits that pay less.) There is surprisingly little exchange between workers -- less of an air of collegiality than I expected. Management is poor. WNYC counts on workers being driven by a commitment to pubic radio.

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    Work on incentives for workers that aren't just "this is public radio." Foster more exchange between people.

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