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Work for Progress Overview

Denver, CO
1 to 50 employees
2008
Nonprofit Organization
Consulting
Unknown / Non-Applicable
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Work for Progress was started by a group of committed activists in the early part of 2008, to help activist-minded job-seekers connect with progressive campaigns and organizations. The excitement and engagement around the election campaign made it clear to us that individuals ... Read more

Mission: Work for Progress's mission is to hire talent for non-profit groups that work on issues like tackling global warming, getting big money out of politics, and keeping our air, water, and food healthy and safe.

Every election cycle we also ... Read more

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    Really flexible and amazing people

    Cons

    Long-hours and hard to find times that work

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Work for Progress Interviews

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    Anonymous Interview Candidate in West Palm Beach, FL
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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Work for Progress (West Palm Beach, FL) in August 2012.

    Interview

    You submit an online application and somebody contacts you via email to set up a phone interview. You have the first phone interview with somebody who basically screens you to see if you are worthy of a second interview. The second interview was suppose to be a Skypee interview but they did it over the phone instead. After that they didn't call me or email me to let me know I didn't get the job. Weird email two weeks later to set up an initial interview. I guess they hadn't seen that they already interviewed me. Really unorganized in that sense.

    Interview Questions

    • What are some example of your leadership? What are your political views? Why do you want to work on this campaign, specifically list reasons?   Answer Question
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