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    I worked at Aish Hatorah New York full-time

    Pros

    ~Comradery
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    ~Team effort
    ~Mission
    Fantastic non-profit to work for. Most of my work was internationally related.
    Mission and do it all work enviorment made it a great office

    Cons

    Like all non-profits pay is not great, hours are tough and there were difficult benchmarks to achieve.
    not many cons here other than stated above

    Advice to Management

    Keep up your great work. empower your employees and dont stop the idea of everyone is responsible for changing the world.

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Aish Hatorah New York (New York, NY).

    Interview

    I had 2 phone calls and one in-person interview before also meeting with the COO, which was just prior to being offered a position. I was only asked the usual questions, but by different people. The one part that stands out greatly is that, along with the interview, they require a writing sample, a drawing of a tree, and a sample of your signature, which are sent off to be analyzed by a handwriting expert.

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    Negotiation

    during the first phone call, they initially told me there was a range of salary they had to potentially offer me. in the negotiations, i negotiated the lower end of that range w/ the rest being put toward my professional development... in the end, they paid me the lower end, but refused to allow me to have / pay for any professional development for me.

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