- 5.0Apr 18, 2019Fellows MentorCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
- the vision is clear and the whole team lives it. There is an incredible spirit! - intercultural context - fun work! I constantly meet new interesting people with individual stories - all team members receive an intense training and all colleagues operate on a highly professional level
There aren't a lot of cons for volunteering at imagine. Probably only that being a volunteer is always extra to your full time activities but imagine offers a very flexible schedule so it never gets too much.
- 5.0Apr 22, 2019MentorCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearBerlin
People are really nice You can adapt the amount of work you have each week - if you are having a tough week at work or personally people will help you out or you can ask to have a bit less responsabilities during the period You can work ANYWHERE, ANYTIME - what we do is online chats, so you can do it at home, during lunch hour at work, you can do it during the night, morning, weekends, you can choose!
No cons for the time period
- 5.0Mar 5, 2019Fellows MentorCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearBerlin
I love how the foundation is focusing on helping talented professionals from other countries (non-EU) to achieve their dream to get a job in Europe. The Bootcamp provided is really complete and you get amazing feedback to boost your skills. I've actually learned quite a lot, and I even market myself way better now. It's a great way to be part of something meaningful. Colleagues are super nice, close and very multicultural. Flexible hours are provided.
There are no big cons so far, maybe try to get more volunteers but it's growing slowly in order to help all the applicants.