Mission: To dramatically reduce fundraising costs while exponentially increasing results for nonprofits around the world.
I worked at MarketSmart (Maryland) full-time (More than a year)
Laid back environment; the CEO & founder is a fun, empathetic, and smart leader (soak up everything he teaches/tells you. Good or bad it's all in favor of your professional growth); working from home once a week is optional; no micro-managing; valuable opportunities to take on big projects that you wouldn't otherwise be given the chance to work on at big companies; lastly, you get to collaborate with other departments.
Not walking distance from the closest metro stop and the job can be stressful at times as with any other job (not really a con but don't expect a cake walk either. Just stay on top of things and you'll be fine)
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at MarketSmart (Maryland) in May 2017.
HR reached out to schedule a phone interview with someone on the team I'd be working with. Pretty basic questions, just reviewed my resume and why I was interested in the position. About a week later I interviewed with the entire team. It's a small company so they want to be sure everyone is on the same page regarding new hires. Overall, the people I interacted with were really friendly and I had a positive experience with them. The only thing that was a little off-putting was the "thank you for your interest" e-mail I got which told me I was rejected from a role I didn't apply for. I had to e-mail her back to clarify that I was rejected from the role I DID apply for.
Look what one of our recent interns sent us... Wow!