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TeachFirst Employee Review

Summer teaching internship

5.0
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18 July 2019
I enjoyed my time during this internship and found it a very rewarding experience.
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4.0
Work/Life Balance
5.0
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3.0
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4.0
Management
5.0
Culture
Pros
Short term internship
Cons
Travel
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