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I have been working at United Way full-time
Flexible, professional, mission oriented and ethical
Not very many cons. Some departments work in silos
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at United Way (Tampa, FL) in June 2016.
Phone interview went great, was told I'd be contacted n a few days for a second interview. After ten days I followed up with an email to schedule a second interview. The interview was scheduled within twenty minutes of my follow up email. Second interview went well. Was given two weeks expectations for a turn around time. Tried following up with the interviewer via email but no response. We are four weeks from my second interview. I got completely ghosted. Very unprofessional for a major non profit.
This...this is what we do. Thanks for making it sing, Detroit!
Larry Berry walks his talk every day. His story inspires me, as do the stories of so many of my United Way colleagues. That--along with the patient work we do to bring about positive change in our communities--explains why United Ways are great places to work.
Although, to be 100% honest, generous benefits like summer hours don't hurt either. :-)