Intern (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – July 4, 2017
I Functions as an assistant to the media production specialist in creative writing, developing and producing scripts. Set up and operate complex electronic media production equipment such as switchers, lights, audio mixers, teleprompter. Conserve up-to-date master files on media resources and equipment library by keeping and updating catalogs; maintains cardex and reserve systems; schedules use of films, tapes and equipment in order to provide agency access to materials in an orderly manner. Functions as assistant to creative services specialist, in gathering information, generating ideas and developing creative materials. Responsible for writing up contracts in order to book photographers for a project. Use word processing software to produce variety of materials such as spreadsheets, contracts, invoices.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Santa Fe, NM – May 31, 2017
My typical day at work would be full of constant work. My bosses were extremely friendly and always included me in the meetings when I was just an organizing assistant. It was nice that the manager would take the office out for our birthdays and supply the office with snacks and drinks.
Fulfillment Support Technician/Press Operator (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – May 1, 2017
NEA is a wonderful place to work, and the family oriented background makes it easy to handle life inside and outside of the company. Management mostly comes from the same backgrounds as staff so there is an understanding that takes place almost immediately.
Senior Program Assistant (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – April 11, 2017
Working for this organization is very rewarding. You are helping teachers and their students. NEA is the teachers union. NEA gave me opportunities that I may never have had, Like traveling and working with different levels of people.
Excellent and meaningful work. Arrogant and obnoxious managers seriously lacking people skills.
Program Specialist (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – February 4, 2017
Plentiful workload, engaging work, tremendous colleagues among the sorriest group of leaders you ever want to encounter, called "The Big Ten", WTF?! So, what are the rest of the employees? NEA believes itself to be invincible. A group of millennials will come along and prove them incorrect.
Human Resources& International Relations Intern (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – August 4, 2016
Great internship to work for. I learned a lot about the international relations department. The most enjoyable part of my internship was my boss. The hardest part of my job was some of my coworkers were no the nicest
Membership Coordinator (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – October 21, 2014
A typical day would include meeting with my manager, Membership Service, and discuss daily workload. Once we identified priorities, the manager delegated special jobs for me to perform i.e. review membership numbers, make sure next conferences have staffing, promotional materials, and travel/lodging requirements.
I learned from manager to be detailed and thorough when planning conferences, how to manage time, and to review plans with staff to ensure that plan is thorough.
Co-workers were great to work with. They were very helpful and supportive.
Working part time and not being completely involved in all aspects of the position.
The company would provide staff outings that really brought the staff together outside of the working environment. This made our relationships between staff even stronger.