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New York, NY
1 to 50 employees
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Nonprofit Organization
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U.S. Coucil for International Business Reviews

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    "Solid experience, no career path"

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    Negative Outlook

    I worked at U.S. Coucil for International Business full-time

    Pros

    Flexible schedule, work independence, good benefits/time off, friendly and relaxed work environment, good opportunities to network, interesting work

    Cons

    Little to no management organization or strategy, incomprehensible focus on non-essential tech development rather than human capital, very high inequality between senior staff and "staff" for an alleged non-profit, clear managerial bias towards specific departments

    Advice to Management

    Allow more input from staff on departmental decisions, provide some incentive to retain young talent, re-focus objectives on program, align management to motivate staff, create a new website

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at U.S. Coucil for International Business (New York, NY).

    Interview

    The interview lasted about 20-30 minutes. The format of the interview was more discussion based: the interviewers outlined the goals of the internship as well as the types of skills that would be essential to executing assignments. Ample time was provided for the interviewee to ask questions.

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