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Digital Sherpa Social Media Intern Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Lawrenceville, GA
Accepted Offer
Neutral Experience
Easy Interview

Application

I applied online. The process took 1 dayinterviewed at Network Communications Inc (Lawrenceville, GA) in May 2011.

Interview

Applied online through a college job searching site. I received a phone call asking me to set up an interview about two weeks later. I came for the interview met with the person who called me. She asked me why I wanted the job, what my dream job was, and what I knew about the company. Once I answered all these questions she told me that I would also be meeting/ interviewing with my would be supervisor. She left I waited in the room for about five minutes. He came in and he seemed more nervous than I was. He didn't really interview me asked a few questions about school and then basically started talking about what would happen when I started working there. This was kind of weird because I felt as if he was offering me the job, but I didn't want to act happy or like I had landed it, because I wasn't sure. The whole process lasted about 15 minutes max.

Interview Questions

  • Asked a broad question about their company NCI, which is made up of a lot of smaller companies. I guess someone who didn't do their research would get tripped up on this one   Answer Question
  • Also asked if I knew about SEO, I did, because I had seen this acronym in the job description and researched it.   1 Answer

Negotiation

Since it was for an internship position salary was stated up front before even applying, minimum wage.

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