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Intern Insider by Tammy Trujillo

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Chapter 4The Interview

  • Interrogation vs. Conversation
  • How to Answer Questions While Telling Your Story
  • The All-Time Dreaded Questions

Getting an interview is a big step. While you haven’t got the internship yet, you at least have said, written, or done something that has gotten the person hiring for it interested in you. Now you want to build on that.

The day of the interview review the notes you made when you initially researched the company. Check online for any additional news about the company or the people who work there. Also check for any important news about the area of the entertainment field that the company you will be interviewing with is in. You will want to be able to talk intelligently about what is going on if there is.

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