Employer contribution to retirement plan. Lots of health insurance package options, with low costs . Plenty of progressive policies around family leave, adoption assistance, and lots of other employee assistance programs. Generally the policies and procedures feel aligned to TFA's mission and vision, thinking about equity and looking at people as humans, rather than producers.
There are literally no down sides to Teach For America benefits. As a company that centers equity at its core, the benefits package is a testament to that core value. There is ample time off, your sick time is separate from your personal time off (which can roll over), the health benefits are not only excellent, but subsidized enough that they're incredibly inexpensive for the employee.
HRA, Multiple options to choose from based on your lifestyle, reimbursed gym membership, teledoc
There are none - this is a part time hourly paid job for students on campus
Flexibility, affordability, range and tons of perks.
Nothing as an intern (no paid overtime, etc.)
Fantastic health benefits and 403b matching opportunities. Good severance package and vacation day payout as well.
403b matching; PTO allowances; flexible schedule are amazing benefits offered by Teach For America. The recent switch in insurance has been difficult, but now includes vision and dental.
The insurance is inexpensive and they match 403(b) contributions.
No perks really. Sub=par compared to business world. About average in the gov/social sector.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.