L7 Creative Communications

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    As my first ever internship experience, L7 Creative proved to be a supportive place that exposed me to agency life.

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    Former Employee - Client Services Intern  in  Carlsbad, CA
    Former Employee - Client Services Intern in Carlsbad, CA

    I worked at L7 Creative Communications as an intern for less than a year

    Pros

    The culture here is very fun, friendly and creative. Everyone here is so supportive of everyone's lives and work. I like how the employees at L7 work together like a team. No one likes to take sole credit for a project and everyone can speak freely, always open to new ideas and opinions, even from an intern. I also like how the company creates relationships with their clients. It always surprises me how much effort they put into presentations and into keeping updated with a client's life, work, and industry. L7 truly cares about their clients.
    As an internship, I was exposed to much more than I imagined. I was actually able to write copy, do some web development and dip my toes into a lot of different aspects of agency life. I think it was a good introduction into the digital media world for someone like me who had no experience in this industry what-so-ever.

    Cons

    I think the internship program could be improved a bit. There was very little structure. I was doing a great variety of tasks and learning to do new things, but never really knew what I was doing or what the purpose of it was. I would say that the majority tasks seemed like a lot of busy work (necessary busy work), which I understand no one else really has the time to do, so they pass it off to the intern. This is completely reasonable, but it just got a bit boring at times.
    I also find that since the company is so close internally it felt like I was an intruder for most of the time, until the last few weeks of the internship.

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Updated Aug 28, 2014
Updated Aug 28, 2014

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    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks - interviewed at L7 Creative Communications in May 2014.

    Interview Details

    I sent in an Internship Inquiry with a cover letter and attached Resumer careers@l7creative.com. I was contacted by Nikki Hess not too long after requesting a phone interview (I was not in CA at the time). The interview was pretty standard and casual. Nikki was very friendly and answered all of my questions. At the interview I was offered the internship and the rest is history. She was very accommodating in scheduling my hours when I came home from school to start the internship.

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Website www.l7creative.com
Headquarters Poway, CA
Size 6 to 15 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Business Services
Revenue $1 to $5 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

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