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33 English questions out of 33

3 March 2020

Does MediaMath offer sponsored degrees?

Pros

Summary: World Class Advertising Technology bootcamp with 2 iterations of role rotations, classroom training, and A LOT of networking opportunities within MediaMath as a company and the industry in general. Skill Development: There's really not a lot of resources to learn about Ad-tech out there on the internet. The main way people break into this field is with an entry level job. This program acts as a career accelerator in that it intensively condenses 2-3 years of industry knowledge into 3 months and can place you into jobs accordingly. Networking: We would travel to other company's offices to learn about what they do and representatives from other companies would come to the office to speak with/recruit us to work for them. There were daily events for us to learn from MediaMath employees and frequent social events for us to connect more casually. MEP was in its 11th iteration and alumni of the program are leaders in the small ad-tech community and will continue to be. Role Rotations: After hearing from everyone in the organization, you're given the opportunity to work as an apprentice for a month on the team of your choosing. This culminates in a presentation of what you've learned back to the cohort. After completing your first rotation, you do a second. It was very helpful when choosing what jobs to apply to at the end of the program. Community: Highly selective program not based upon previous ad-tech experience, so interesting people come from a variety of backgrounds. The internal team running the program is great at training you with industry skills but also building community in the group. Those that return to MediaMath full-time have a close friend group across various parts of the organization Perks: The office at 4 World Trade Center is the envy of all my friends. With floor to ceiling windows you have a panoramic view of Manhattan from anywhere in the office. More importantly, the kitchen comes fully stocked with all the snacks and drinks (even the alcoholic kind) that a high end convenience store would have- ALL AT NO CHARGE.

Cons

Salary: A standardized $15 dollar per hour salary leaves something to be desired when working in downtown Manhattan. However, since this is much more an education program than a job, the fact that you're getting paid at all is nice. You are auditioning for a new position: You are not automatically hired at the end of the program. Working hard, being open to learn, and seeking a position there are openings for all contribute to whether or not you will get another position at MediaMath. If not, many companies in the space see MEP as a valuable experience.

Advice to Management

Keep investing in this program

However, since this is much more an education program than a job, the fact that you're getting paid at all is nice.

3 March 2020

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28 March 2020

Does MediaMath offer unlimited holiday?

Pros

Incredibly flexible unlimited PTO and WFH policies, great internal education and training resources. Young company with potential to be a 21st century pillar in marketing and advertising. Everything you see in these other reviews are true.

Cons

A majority of the five star ratings here are from Marketing Engineer Program participants - interns vying for a full-time position. For a company so reliant on tech, you would think there would be a solid Data Science department but there hasn't been for a while now. There isn't a dedicated lead for the company's Data vision, and without a centralized vision, the pipes start to rust and commercial teams have to work twice as hard. It's a coat of paint over rotted wood. Departments are siloed; that hand doesn't know what the right hand is doing. Contractors are brought in to rubber cement the thing together, but with the paint falling off the wood and the wood falling apart, it's all just to get to the end of the FY.

Incredibly flexible unlimited PTO and WFH policies, great internal education and training resources.

28 March 2020

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10 January 2020

Does MediaMath offer vision insurance?

Pros

- Exciting new leadership, with a mature "big company" vision. New President has provided clear direction and is very transparent - Challenges are very exciting - Source is excellent and could really revolutionize the industry - Exposure to some of the largest enterprise brands - Great benefits - open PTO, onsite gym, onsite massages, free food and drinks - Great culture, company is over it's hiccups

Cons

- Lack of diversity at leadership & board level - Priorities can often shift quickly - Lack of company events - would help keep morale high

open PTO, onsite gym, onsite massages, free food and drinks

10 January 2020

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29 August 2021

Does MediaMath offer housing assistance?

Pros

Great office environment at WTC Unlimited PTO All kinds of free food & happy hour Work life Balance

Cons

Overall is really good, the only thing I can think of would be culture not that diverse.

All kinds of free food & happy hour

29 August 2021

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10 January 2020

Does MediaMath offer massages?

Pros

- Exciting new leadership, with a mature "big company" vision. New President has provided clear direction and is very transparent - Challenges are very exciting - Source is excellent and could really revolutionize the industry - Exposure to some of the largest enterprise brands - Great benefits - open PTO, onsite gym, onsite massages, free food and drinks - Great culture, company is over it's hiccups

Cons

- Lack of diversity at leadership & board level - Priorities can often shift quickly - Lack of company events - would help keep morale high

open PTO, onsite gym, onsite massages, free food and drinks

10 January 2020

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