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Pros – The people there are great - Learn a lot regarding the companies and you can pretty much learn about anything you want as long as you take initiative.
Cons – It is not a paid internship so the tasks that you may be asked to do won't be very meaningful. They don't have projects with computer programming.
Advice to Senior Management – allow internships to share their findings at the end of their experience.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – Since RFA is a non-profit organization, it does not need to work under an intense competition. Also, it has nine different language service teams, so you can experience to work with those who have diverse international backgrounds.
Cons – RFA is very slow to revoke changes and innovation in work procedures. It has a limited amount of budget, so management are not willing to give a substantial financial support.
Advice to Senior Management – I think RFA should prioritize and actively support technology. It needs to hire more people in web service as the importance of web technology is getting increased.
Pros – Compared to other government-funded groups, probably a more informal and team-based feeling, good mission (though limited by US funding and official diplomatic policy). Technically pushes envelope on new solutions, though shoestring budgets.
Cons – But sometimes clubbiness means lack of effectiveness - less of a traditional journalist and reporter base - alternate views, sometimes good reporting, but limited resources. Also hard to know how much message gets into target countries.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
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