There are no benefits available to interns.
Flexibility/telecommute really depends on your Manager. The other benefits are fabulous. Very generous on all levels. There is not a 403b match, which is a drawback.
The benefits package is pretty standard however. There is flexibility with adjusting your daily schedule and telecommuting.
Great health insurance and benefits if you plan to be start out expand your family.
Overall the benefit package is a good one, however, the one benefit that was altered is the 401K. The company no longer matches what your allotment is.
Worst thing is only 6 wks paid maternity leave.
Vacation and holidays were well thought out - but dealing with the subject matter we dealt with, I think it was very necessary. Because of the awesome # of days - I was able to leverage this for my next job. More companies should be like this - I think it was 2 weeks plus 12 holidays, plus half day Fridays in the summer. Might have been hired at 3 weeks vaca - can't recall, but I want to say it was around a month with all holidays, etc. included.
Summer hours start Memorial Day and end Labor Day (half day Friday's) and there are many holidays to boost paid time off.
The 403(b) is not matched at all. Vacation is on par with other organizations - 4 weeks after 3 years plus 4 personal days. You cannot carry over anytime (nor do you get paid out for any time you do not use before the next year). You can carry over as much sick time as you want (but you will not get paid out for it). While I didn't use it, I heard the maternity leave wasn't fantastic, which is surprising considering the organization's mission
403 b is not matched
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.