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    Great working environment. The research topics are very interesting. Co-workers are wonderful and willing to help you with your research. (The cafeteria is nice)

    Cons

    The position is unpaid and the experience itself is the only compensation.


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    I applied online – interviewed at Brookings Institution in March 2015.

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    Two rounds of interview, meet the fellow and RA, very friendly environment. People in Brookings really care about their research filed, so it's better you get prepared for the topic

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Website www.brookings.edu
Headquarters Washington, DC
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1916
Type Nonprofit Organization
Industry Non-Profit
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
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The Brookings Institution is a non-partisan public policy organization that researches and analyzes emerging issues in areas such as economics, foreign policy, and governance. Its more than 200 resident and nonresident scholars perform research; write books, papers, and articles; testify in front of congressional committees; and participate in public events every year. The non-profit organization, which is financed by gifts and grants, got its start in 1916 and is named after businessman Robert S. Brookings, who was also a well-known civic leader and philanthropist.

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