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    Former Intern - Law Fellow in Baltimore, MD
    Former Intern - Law Fellow in Baltimore, MD

    I worked at NAACP as an intern (less than a year)


    Excellent opportunity to be apart of a historic advocacy organization committed to the needs of people of color.


    I was not a fan of working in Baltimore. It has mediocre young professional scene compared to DC.

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NAACP Interviews

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    Management Consultant Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Baltimore, MD
    Anonymous Employee in Baltimore, MD
    Application Details

    I applied in-person. The process took a dayinterviewed at NAACP in May 2008.

    Interview Details

    It was an informal inerview process that included a heavy empahsis on my understanding of the organizational culture and my capacity to fit in with the new leadership.

    Interview Questions
    • Can you shift your paradigm to a new organizational cutlure that reflects a very new future for the organization.   View Answer
    Reasons for Declining

    It was not a growth opportunity for me.

    Declined Offer
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Headquarters Baltimore, MD
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1909
Type Company - Private
Industry Business Services
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

The NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) strives to ensure that all people are represented and have equal rights in American society and culture, regardless of race. The nation's oldest and largest civil rights organization, the group works via advocacy, education, and research, and it publishes the magazine Crisis and a quarterly newsletter The NAACP Advocate. It registers African Americans to vote, encourages academic achievement among high school students, and works with inmates to promote education and reduce recidivism. Sources of support... More

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