Pros: a generous benefits package
I have heard for years how great a place UPenn is to work. Unfortunately, my experience with them did not live up to the hype of all those who find this organization to be so grand. My experience with working for the Annenberg School for Communication found a work environment of people who were elitist, privileged, and unconcerned for anyone but their own images. I quickly learned that improvements on existing systems weren't welcomed from comments of "we aren't interested in doing anything differently", "this is how we always do things", and "you should only do what you're told to do."
The pinnacle of my experience came in the form of a conversation with the Director of Special Events who insisted in blaming others for her miscommunicated needs for her planned events. I endured a significant portion of the blame for not knowing the history of events prior to my on-boarding and in the end endured personal insults, including a comment stating in email: "I hope eventually your learning curve becomes a straight line."
There are many areas to work in Penn, and I'm certain this in not indicative of every work-group. Unfortunately, it was my experience, and likely my last desired encounter with Penn.