There was no benefits package but I was given free meals and free t-shirts, and the experience was rewarding. It was also alot of fun
Good healthcare benefits overall, covering general preventative care, vision, dental etc. There was not an HR department there, but they did a good job managing benefits.
401 K Match, Vacation time
There was a full benefits plan (health, dental, vision, retirement) but it wasn't the strongest. Many national non-profits will have a a plan that every person from every state office is part of, those making the organization bigger and the benefit better. Not the case with SO. The plans were still very good, but health insurance had ridiculously high deductibles. Now, you did get reimbursed for most of it, but it was still a huge pain! Especially since they don't pay well, so dishing out hundreds of dollars and needing to submit for reimbursement could be a struggle at times.
401k is good. Sick time doesn't carry over from year to year. Some benefits are completely paid for. Health insurance is pretty good.
Time off, vacation days available
Best part was the relaxed atmosphere and being able to travel around the United States and all over Arizona. Worst part is the amount of pay received.
I didn't have any
There's great health insurance (dental, medical, vision). We also have transportation benefits. Retirement. The worst thing is Special Olympics doesn't let you keep their portion of retirement unless you're there for five years.
I am unsure of the benefits at the Special Olympics. I was an unpaid intern and did not receive them.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.