What I liked
The benefits were great. I received standby travel privileges, allowing me to standby travel almost anywhere in Delta's domestic network for free (and internationally for a discount). Similar privileges were also extended to my parents and one travel companion of my choosing.
The culture of the company was fantastic. Employees were very open to coffee chats and offered to support me professionally and personally. I learned a lot from other Delta employees through coffee chats and lunches. I was also invited to many events, including retirement parties, lunch-and-learns, a few marketing conferences, and was even invited to join Marketing employees to meet some Delta Air Lines marketing partners in New York City. Finally, I felt very appreciated by my team and manager. My team was quite supportive, allowing me to take time off when I wasn't feeling well, providing professional mentorship, and encouraging me on how to make the most of my summer.
The work-life balance was great. I worked on average of 40 hours, which seemed to be the norm. My project allowed me autonomy over my time as well.