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Washington, DC
1 to 50 employees
Nonprofit Organization
Grantmaking Foundations
$25 to $50 million (USD) per year
The world is full of problems. GlobalGiving is full of solutions. Solutions run by innovative, grassroots projects and organizations that are working to educate children, feed the hungry, build houses, train women (and men) with job skills, and hundreds of other amazing ... Read more

Mission: To catalyze a global market for ideas, information, and money that democratizes aid and philanthropy.

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    "Passionate, Supportive, and Innovative Working Environment"

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    GlobalGiving was a fantastic place to work! Here are just a few reasons why:
    - It is made up of talented people that are passionate about achieving the organization's mission to help community-based organizations increase their impact.
    - Staff at all levels are challenged to question the status quo, think big, and experiment with new ideas.
    - The organization is constantly evaluating ways to be better, work smarter, and achieve more.
    - It's a great learning environment with opportunity for professional development.
    - The office is colorful and casual and has an open floor plan, which makes conversation and collaboration easy and organic.
    - There are lots of opportunities to work with and engage directly with leadership.
    - Leadership regularly assesses the satisfaction, needs, and wants of staff and makes corresponding adjustments to benefits, working conditions, and strategic direction.


    - As a non-profit organization filled with passionate go-getters, team members can be stretched thin and expected to play multiple roles.
    - Leadership does not always model great work/life balance, consequently staff members feel that they need to always say "yes" to new opportunities, even when their plates are full.
    - Because GlobalGiving feels like a family, there's a tendency to keep team members that may not be a good fit. As a result, others may have to pick up the slack.

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GlobalGiving photo of: The start of Movember
GlobalGiving photo of: In-the-field travelers before they depart on a 20+ country adventure
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GlobalGiving Interviews



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    I applied online. I interviewed at GlobalGiving.


    Very quick interview scheduling after I completed my interview. The first step is a 15 minute phone interview with someone in the department you are applying to. There are multiple steps to the interview process if you get trough.

    Interview Questions

    • Behavioral questions (Tell mw a time when you.....) look over common behavioral questions before you interview   Answer Question
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GlobalGiving Awards & Accolades

  • When Work Works Award (formerly Alfred P. Sloan Award for Excellence in Workplace Effectiveness and Flexibility), When Work Works National Partners, Families and Work Institute (FWI) and The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), 2016

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