Traffic Department Intern (Former Employee), New York, NY – July 11, 2013
Pros: cool laid back but professional setting, wealth of information and knowledge, wonderful co workers, free tea making machine, organic vending machine
Working at a computer and being able to walk around the station (hot97) was very exciting. I felt like an important asset to the company an =d what was being played on the air. I learned how to use Microsoft Excell and other radio production software. My co workers were extremely helpful in helping me learn more about the position and how to run it. – more... The hardest part was learning everything at first because one mistake could cause loss of money and worse, so it was very nerve racking. The most enjoyable part was the knowledge learned and the people i met and connected with. As well as the free tea making machine! – less
Promotions Assistant (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – June 5, 2012
When you interview for this job, they tell you right off the bat that the job is designed to help you move forward in your career, and to always be cultivating relationships with clients and co-workers.
I took this to heart, and worked very hard to always run the most efficient, exciting events, and always made sure to have a good rapport with those – more... I was working for and with.
Our managers were fantastic, and the office ran successfully because of it. We were all trained well, and it showed in how we turned around and managed our interns.
Overall, it was a wonderful experience, and essentially helped me find my next job. – less