Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Red Frog Events
- Event Coordinator (88)
- Intern (19)
- Event Coordinator Intern (10)
- Internship (4)
- Customer Experience Representative (3)
- Customer Service Manager (3)
- Event Planner (2)
- Event Specialist (2)
- Accounting Intern (2)
- Legal (2)
- Events Intern (2)
- Event Coordinator Internship (2)
- Event (2)
- Tadpole (2)
- Summer Event Coordinator Internship (1)
- Technosaurus Rex (1)
- Accounting Tadpole (1)
- They Dont Have Them (1)
- Account Coordinator/Intern (1)
- ATM Intern (1)
- Fall Event Coordination Intern (1)
- Marketing Insights Analyst (1)
- EC Intern (1)
- Tadpole Event Coordinator (1)
- Summer Event Coordinator (1)
- ATM - Accounting Intern (1)
- Graphic Design Guru (1)
- Marketing Insights Analysis (1)
- Event Producer Internship (1)
- Graphic Design Internship (1)
I applied through other source. I interviewed at Red Frog Events.
I had one interview with Red Frog which was over the phone. Over the phone interviews can be difficult and unfortunately i didn't make it past that.
- They asked a ton of crazy, out of the box questions which made me more intrigued. They asked which song describes you the best, who your role model is and why, what Guinness world record would you want to break and why etc. Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for Red Frog Events
Internship InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Red Frog Events (Chicago, IL) in April 2012.
Online Application Phone Interview In person interivew
Internship InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Red Frog Events (Chicago, IL) in May 2011.
I submitted my application to Red Frog and received a phone call to schedule an interview within a week. The phone interview was heavily personality-based, asking questions about things like my best halloween costume, what type of theme day would I plan for the office-- really nothing about experience. About a week later I got a call asking me to come to an in-person interview at their Chicago office (they did NOT pay for me to travel). I was in school at the time in NC, so I paid about $350 to fly to Chicago for a weekend. The in-person interview was... strange. Their office is awesome, and the girl who gave me the office tour was pretty nice, however both girls who actually interviewed me seemed to be pretty tired of the interview process. They asked me a few skills-based questions, but more personality-based questions (if your uncle had a pizza shop, what would be the best-selling item?). They told me I would hear from them within a week because they "hate to leave people hanging." I never heard from them until I called them multiple times.
- If you could plan a theme day for the office, what would the theme be? Answer Question
Internship InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Red Frog Events in May 2012.
The first interview was a phone interview. Some questions they asked 1.) Why do you want to work in events 2.) If you could travel anywhere, where and why 3.) If you could have one thing grow on trees what would it be
- Give an example of when you sang the wrong song lyrics Answer Question