friendly work environment, able to own projects and programs, hard-working staff, members are generally great and pretty nice benefits
silo effect in office, lack of communication in some instances, compensation can sometimes be on the lower end
I applied through college or university. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at IEDC in April 2015.
This was a very basic, one round interview. I applied through my university career services website and was contacted about a week after. They asked a bit about my background and why I wanted to work at IEDC. Not too intensive, considering the fact that it was an unpaid position. It took a while for the management to get back to me, but eventually they offered me a position.
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