The people were all very welcoming and open to talking about their background and experiences.
It seems a lot of people are selected through connections. Also I heard there was high turnover rate. At times work can be a bit bureacratic.
Advice to Potential Interns
The people are definitely very friendly, collaborative, and open. The culture is definitely not as competitive as some other firms: people seem more to thrive on living peacefully than ambitions.
Advice to Management
No living stipend for students that live in the tri-state area or go to school in a tri-state area, failing to keep notice that everyone pays extra for summer housing anyways. Really makes it unfair for students that dont receive any living stipends who have to pay out of pocket to rent in NYC for this internship.