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    Current Employee - Intern in Washington, DC
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    Awesome work environment, invaluable experiences, friendly people.

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    Internships do not lead directly into full-time positions

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National Geographic Interviews

Updated Jan 27, 2015
Updated Jan 27, 2015

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    Project Coordinator Interview

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    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 6 weeksinterviewed at National Geographic.

    Interview Details

    I spoke with the employee who would be the supervisor over the phone. She was pleasant, excited about her job, and showed a genuine interest in my resume and skills. When I followed up, we scheduled an interview about two weeks later. I met with her at the DC office, and she was extremely thorough in explaining the job function, showing me the software I would use, and making sure I understood the background of the project.

    Several weeks later, I had an interview with the HR department. The interviewer was pleasant, but I couldn't shake the feeling that she was purposely trying to intimidate me. She did, however, do a great job of explaining the company's mission, goals, and policies, and said for me to feel free to contact her with any questions or concerns. I did, and never heard back from her. That being said, it was just before the holiday, but I would have expected to hear at least something back from her at all.

    All in all, from the first time I spoke with anyone from National Geographic to when I heard back about the job, it took about six or seven weeks. Ended up losing out to someone with a more applicable degree, but overall the process was a positive experience.

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Best Places to Work for Commuters, National Center for Transit Research at USF, 2012

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Website www.nationalgeographic.com
Headquarters Washington, DC
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1888
Type Nonprofit Organization
Industry Media
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Still publishing its flagship "National Geographic" magazine, the not-for-profit National Geographic Society (NGS) has expanded into an array of venues to enhance our knowledge of the big blue marble. The NGS has staked claims in the worlds of television and the Web, as well as in book publishing and map-making. With News Corp., it operates the National Geographic Channel US, a cable channel that reaches about 70 million households worldwide. The organization also supports geographic expeditions (it has funded more than 8,000 scientific research projects), and sponsors... More

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