Fund for the Public Interest Benefits

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  • Performance Bonus(9 comments)

    Only if you actually stay on for years and go above and beyond do you actually get it, they make it unattainable on purpose.

  • Job Training(9 comments)

    An excellent place to learn political organizing skills and gain experience. Many people got their start working with the Fund or other Public Interest Network organizations. There are multiple training's per year that entry level and experienced staff have the opportunity to attend.

  • Health Insurance(3 comments)

    Doesn't kick in until 3 months into your employment

Sep 22, 2020
Current Employee

Lots of vacation, sick time, healthcare and student loan assistance program

Oct 23, 2020
Former Employee

Health insurance was too expensive, multiple coworkers of mine went without health insurance because it wasn’t provided by the organization for free.

Aug 5, 2020
Former Employee

Heath insurance, 401k, Student loan assistance

Jan 21, 2020
Former Employee

Be very careful to listen to the language they use to describe your potential benefits. What they offer is good, but only if you qualify as a full time, year round employee, which means you need to be hired within a certain window of time. Health insurance is decent, but you should keep track of your PTO yourself because they won't.

Nov 22, 2019
Former Employee

There was no benefits package

Aug 23, 2019
Former Employee

As a canvasser, you have the opportunity to make decent money -- if you are an excellent canvasser. I did well, and some weeks made $20 an hour, which I was thrilled with. Then I was promoted to an assistant director. There is much more desk duty, which is understandable, but then that means that you don't have the option to canvass as much. Plus your hours increase DRASTICALLY. So, when I became a manager, I was literally making $5 to $7 hours an hour, and working 70+ hours a week. Insane. No one can live like that. It's a horrible business model. Even people who care profoundly about the mission cannot survive like that.

Dec 3, 2018
Former Canvasser in Chapel Hill, North Carolina

bonuses can only be received if you collect a certain amount of phone numbers and emails from contributors. In addition your pay become reduced to minimum wage if you do not make your quota.

Sep 12, 2018
Former Canvasser in Seattle, Washington State

There isn’t one. You will feel disposable.

Aug 9, 2018
Former Field Manager in Washington, District of Columbia

The worst thing is that you have to be employed for an entire year in order to access the benefits package. There is, however, commission received-you receive 20% of whatever you make above your weekly quota.

Oct 1, 2018
Current Canvass Director in Chicago, Illinois

Good rate of vacation accrual after a year on staff

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Benefits Summary

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Insurance, Health & Wellness

  • Health Insurance (10)
  • Dental Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
  • Vision Insurance
  • Health Savings Account (HSA)
  • Life Insurance
  • Supplemental Life Insurance
  • Disability Insurance
  • Occupational Accident Insurance
  • Health Care On-Site
  • Mental Health Care
  • Retiree Health & Medical
  • Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance

Financial & Retirement

Family & Parenting

  • Maternity & Paternity Leave
  • Work From Home
  • Fertility Assistance
  • Dependent Care
  • Adoption Assistance
  • Childcare
  • Reduced or Flexible Hours
  • Military Leave
  • Family Medical Leave
  • Unpaid Extended Leave

Vacation & Time Off

Perks & Discounts

Professional Support

  • Diversity Program
  • Job Training (15)
  • Professional Development
  • Apprenticeship Program
  • Tuition Assistance

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