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- 2.0Sep 4, 2015Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, less than 1 yearNew York, NY
Very nice coworkers who care a lot about one of the most important issues of the day. Amazing benefits, free snacks.
No real orientation--you are expected to understand how things work immediately even though the place is confusing. Lots of meetings, many aren't very productive. Unclear job descriptions lead to people who are over or under qualified and dissatisfied.9
- 5.0Dec 29, 2017Intern - HourlyFormer EmployeeNew York, NY
My internship at Everytown for Gun Safety was an amazing experience. I gained so much hands on experience and as an intern, I got to do legitimate and interesting work. Everyone who works there was extremely friendly and my supervisors taught me so many new skills. The free soup and snacks are an added bonus.
Nothing fab internship, highly recommend!
- 2.0Jun 18, 2016Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
Snacks, nice people, fish tanks and a few other things. You will definitely feel passionate about the things you are doing.
Poor management no room for growth, people can have crazy personalities and there is no accountability.4
- 2.0Aug 1, 2016Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Snacks are great, compensation is better than a typical non-profit, and work is at times genuinely interesting. The issue one that will be on the front of voters' minds for years to come.
Management has no real vision on how to grow the organization. Lack of meaningful human resources infrastructure causes them to hemorrhage employees. Internal politics turns even the smallest tasks into moving mountains. Too many consultants just here to get paid and move on to the next job.10