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Interesting place to work
Bloomberg Fellow (Former Employee), Washington, DCJuly 7, 2014
Good colleagues.
Good place to learn and grow.
Good management.
Good job culture.
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An amazing experience to learn how Human Rights Watch functions
Development Outreach Intern (Current Employee), San Francisco, CANovember 17, 2013
Pros: meet human rights defenders and researchers, attend special events
As a graduate student currently finishing his last month at this internship, I can say that my expectations interning at the Human Rights Watch Development and Outreach office in San Francisco have been met. The office fulfills its duties by keeping their donors informed and pleased with the work the organization's researchers perform.

As an development – more... outreach intern, my duties were to conduct prospect research on potential donors as well as maintain the office's day-to-day operations. Tasks that are given to me by my supervisor are both challenging and fun. It is fantastic to work with such enthusiastic people who are passionate about the organization's goals by informing the public of human rights abuses around the world and their mission to defend said rights.

It is an honor to work with such a highly renowned organization committed to defending human rights worldwide. – less
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The culture of HRW is really great
Intern in the Department of Finance Operations (Former Employee), New York, NYOctober 3, 2013
Pros: good location and great company culture
Cons: keeping busy all the time
During the internship, I was primarily involved a consist of focusing on ongoing projects such as helping to reconcile international bank accounts by identifying missing items; reporting to cities on the revenue booked on their behalf; confirming that Raiser’s Edge (fundraising software) reconciles; tracking revenue adjustments and confirming changes – more... are made in both databases; reviewing account levels for disproportionate amounts; expense reporting to cities at various intervals; and audit prep work for cities like NY and London. – less
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Great Job For Work Study Program
Receptionist (Former Employee), New York, NYJanuary 25, 2013
This company is a non-profit company that helps out people with various crisis...from domestic disputes, to deportee issues. They refer them to the best lawyers to help with their situation. I was a receptionist and covered the phone lines as well as cases that came through email. The company was a real nice and laid back atmosphere of people who truly – more... worked well with each other...made the days smooth. – less
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Learning working enviroment
Office Administrator (Former Employee), Johannesburg North, GPOctober 7, 2013
Prepare the boardroom for meetings held during the day.
Maintaining the smooth and effective functioning of the office; liaising with the premises landlord; responding to public queries and visitors; performing general office maintenance including stocking office supplies; assisting with travel arrangements and follow-up; answering general post, email – more... and telephone enquirers; and maintaining office security and protocols. – less

About Human Rights Watch

Human Rights Watch is a nonprofit, nongovernmental human rights organization made up of more than 300 staff members around the – Read more