Notre Dame

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Corporate Sponsorship Intern

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Former Employee - Corporate Partnerships Intern in Notre Dame, IN
Former Employee - Corporate Partnerships Intern in Notre Dame, IN

I worked at Notre Dame as an intern (less than an year)

Pros

Great people and work enviornment, passionate about what they do.

Cons

None to speak of from my time at Notre Dame

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Keep up the good work!

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    Nice place, low pay, not for young people

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    Former Employee - Web Developer in Notre Dame, IN
    Former Employee - Web Developer in Notre Dame, IN

    I worked at Notre Dame full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Free gym, great medical and dental, they double your 401k contribs, nice people

    Cons

    It's almost impossible to get fired, meaning you work with some redundant and/or incompetent people

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    Student employee experience in multiple intern roles: Student affairs, and Finance and Investment Divisions.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Notre Dame as an intern (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    The Finance Division and the Investment Division are world-class and have an outstanding culture that is an example for other institutions to follow. The employees have a high degree of ethics and security about themselves to make good decisions and participate positively in the organization.

    Cons

    I have no negative comments or criticisms of the financial staff of the university, but I do have criticism of the other divisions. In the Student Affairs division, there is too much conformity and insecurity and unnecessary supervision which prevents employees from fully realizing their potential in serving the Mission of the university. Managers the various departments in student affairs often overstep their role as advisers to students; too many people are employed telling students what they cannot do and there is a "cannot do" response toward many low or zero-cost or innocuous student activities. Not surprisingly, employees of this division are frequently replaced or change roles and sometimes driven out, especially senior staff; those that do stay in a role for a long tenure role are few, but they tend to be very agreeable people. There is definitely too much concern for politics in this division and not enough concern for helping students get the pleasant experience that that their tuition, room, and board pays for.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Bring in more outsiders and give longer tenure to good performers; do not tolerate breaches of the University's values by employees and especially directors, assistant directors, and AVPs in administration.

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