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Good stepping tone
Program Analyst (Former Employee) –  Silver Spring, MDOctober 10, 2018
Good place to start.
No room to grow.
Great staff and rewarding opportunities

Good leaderhip
Wish they was room to grow
Flexible hours, team building
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lots of internships, not as much hiring on interns
Immigration Services Intern (Former Employee) –  Baltimore, MDApril 19, 2019
Good experience helping people in need. Dedicated staff and interns. Pleasant work environment. Company relies on interns about as much as paid staff-- and would not operate successfully without intern support. Given that, believe interns should at least get some kind of a weekly/monthly stipend for their help. Had been with much smaller non-profit that did that.
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Awesome
Case Manager (Former Employee) –  Boise, IDApril 17, 2019
I did my internship here and got hired on when I graduated from boise state university. I enjoyed working with people from all around the world and learning about different cultures and lifestyles.
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