Very casual and flexible work environment, company clearly places high importance on work-life balance, community involvement, and similar factors.
Compensation & benefits were below comparable companies, internship program was heavily aimed at undergrads (see advice to management).
Advice to Potential Interns
Felt like the company expected interns to convert to full-time hires, but did not seem to make strong effort to recruit or convince interns to come back.
Sample Interview Questions
Don't remember - only one interview, and it was a month with no contact before the made a hiring decision.
Advice to Management
Not having separate undergrad and graduate internship programs (at least in Boise) meant that for all intern activities, there were 2-3 other grad students and several dozen undergrads (and even some high school students!). Consequently, I found a lot of the activities, mentorship, etc underwhelming as they was geared heavily towards undergrads and were often not applicable to my situation as an MBA. Probably as a result, it felt more like a summer job than what I had expected of an MBA internship at this type of company -- despite receiving an offer, I never really felt like the company was trying to "woo" me or make a strong showing to convince me (or any other interns, although this may also be due to differing expectations of undergrads vs MBAs) to come back full-time after graduation.