Dick Blick


Dick Blick Reviews

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    Great summer internship experience!

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    Former Employee - Web Programming Intern in Highland Park, IL
    Former Employee - Web Programming Intern in Highland Park, IL

    I worked at Dick Blick as an intern (less than an year)


    Learned a lot in my short time at Blick. I worked on the back end of their website and was able to get experience working with several different webpage programs. My supervisors were supportive and wanted me to gain as much knowledge from the internship as possible.


    My commute was long (about 2 hours each way), but other than that I have no complaints about my time at Blick.

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Dick Blick Interviews

Updated Nov 18, 2014
Updated Nov 18, 2014

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    Sales Associate Interview

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    I dropped my application off and was asked to come in about a week later. The interview was quick and I was asked the typical questions of why I wanted to work there etc. Overall, it was positive and I received a call with offer a couple days after interview.

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Website www.dickblick.com
Headquarters Highland Park, IL
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1997
Type Company - Private
Industry Retail
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Its executives may not be the artsy types, but Dick Blick Holdings knows its art. The company (more commonly known as Blick Art) owns and operates more than 30 art supply stores in some 15 states. Its shops sell more than 30,000 products (such as paints, brushes, canvases, paper pads, and writing instruments) to professional artists, students, and teachers. Dick Blick also relies on its catalog and online operations, distributing millions of catalogs annually. Founded by Dick Blick and his wife in 1911, the company was bought by Robert Metzenberg in 1948. Metzenberg's... More

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