Very Easy Interview
I applied through other source and interviewed at Miami Herald.
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(For 2012 summer internship). There was no interview, surprisingly.
Submitted resume, cover letter, and writing sample by mail late October. By mid December I received a call from one of the editors offering me the internship, with about 2 days to think it over.
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Miami Herald.
Interview Details – Phone interview with a hiring coordinator. Very congenial but questions were not very broad, mostly about experience and city knowledge.
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Miami Herald in January 2012.
Interview Details – I applied via an online career service and after some months I received and email from the editor in chief to set up an interview at her office. She also sent me a writing, translation and editing test to do before our meeting. The interview went well, she started out inquiring for my experience, my skills, my preferences and salary requirements, then she went ahead to describe the nature of the job. I received no offer and honestly think that my background was a little intimidating for the editor in chief.
Interview Question – Which one do you feel more comfortable doing, editing of writing? Answer Question
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