World Wildlife Fund

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The Panda, good but not great

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Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Washington, DC
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Washington, DC

I worked at World Wildlife Fund

Pros

Many great passionate professionals working there to save life on earth.

Cons

Hierachial, limited career opportunities, conflicting management styles, not everyone working in complement of each other

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Provide more career opportunities on both the scientific and management side of the organization

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    Fun, social place where you'll be proud of your work

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    Former Employee - Project Manager in College Park, MD
    Former Employee - Project Manager in College Park, MD

    I worked at World Wildlife Fund

    Pros

    --EVERY OTHER FRIDAY OFF!!! Yes, throughout the year
    --Lots of fun people of all ages.
    --Fantastic organization that actually does good in the world. They are truthful about where they spend their money! It goes to good programs.
    --While a hike from Dupont Metro or Foggy Bottom (15 mins each), nice location just past edge of G'town, close to West End and Dupont
    --Managers can recommend you to monthly & yearly recognition programs
    --Lots of brown bag info lunches; great for those actually interested in animals, environment, etc!
    --Free gym in building
    --Parking garage

    Cons

    --People stay there, so it can be tough to move up. New positions are rarely created.
    --As above, 15 minute walk from Metros
    --Every other year it seems offices move around. So you may have an office one year then get stuck in a cube.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    --Keep up the recognition programs. It means a lot to the little people behind the scenes.
    --Be kinder about moving departments to different offices. Those who earned a grade level and got an office may not get the office with the move.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at World Wildlife Fund full-time (more than a year)

    Pros

    "Most managers are very accommodating to employees who want a great work-life balance"

    "Great work/life balance with every other Friday off, friendly co-workers, global network"

    Cons

    "Don't work in non-profit if you want to get rich"

    "There were very few cons of working at the World Wildlife Fund as an intern"

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