Includes all the essentials and is high quality
It is an internship, so you don't exactly get a retirement plan or health insurance. Having said that, you receive a ton of valuable things. They give you a TON of free books. There is a development program almost everyday and you get free lunch most days. They will help you write resumes, connect you with potential employees, and take you on adult field-trips. It is a good time.
Great seminars, coworkers and lunches!
Average benefits. Not really super, but the health insurance is always good to have. It is a little expensive--$200.00 per month.
Great events and programs for interns to attend. Also sometimes provides free lunch. Also has a great coffee machine-makes all kind of lattes and stuff, which could save you a daily $4 Starbucks run. But interns don't get health or other types of benefits except for a few paid holidays, sick days, and vacation days
Didn't have benefits. I was an intern.
Interns may attend events around D.C. and learn about what they are interested in. Furthermore, they let you pick a mentor.
Didn't apply for me as an intern but for full time they looked pretty good with good vacation and leave time.
For an internship it is paid with lots of food which is aces in my book. One of the few paid internships in D.C. and an exceptional one at that.
Benefit offerings are really good. The healthcare package is very good and the 403b works well. They also assist with tuition for full-time employees.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.