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    Lots of room to learn and contributre via various departments


    Not a lot of upward mobility

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    Intern Interview

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    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at NFL Players Association.


    The interview process is great for interns. They really make sure to find the best fit for each department. My class was great. I didn't originally put the department I eventually was selected to interview with, but I definitely think they put me in the right place. The interview process really just wants to make sure you're a good fit. They know you can do the work; that's why they asked you to interview. Do your research about the department you're interviewing with and know about who's interviewing you. It's a great opportunity, so don't waste it.

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    No negotiation. Intern salaries are set.

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Headquarters Washington, DC
Size 51 to 200 Employees
Founded 1956
Type Nonprofit Organization
Industry Arts, Entertainment & Recreation
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

The National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) represents the interests of people who go to work in helmets and shoulder pads. The union oversees its members' collective bargaining agreement with the National Football League, negotiates and monitors retirement and insurance benefits, and works to promote the image of the players, through marketing and licensing subsidiary NFL PLAYERS (formerly PLAYERS INC). A member of the AFL-CIO, the NFLPA represents both active and retired players. It is governed by a board of player representatives who are chosen by ... More

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