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I worked at ViacomCBS as an intern
It's a great working environment, people are laid back and they do teach you what you need to know. it's a great way to start a career in the Entertainment industry. They pay above the minimum wage, you also get some perks from working there.
After the internship is over, don't expect to be hired full-time. You might if you are lucky but this is something common among big companies, so it's not exactly a con.
I applied in-person. The process took 3+ weeks. I interviewed at ViacomCBS (New York, NY).
It depends on when you apply, but the interview process happens a week or two before the application closes. There are two interview rounds depending on your success. I interviewed with HR and then my potential department. I heard back the following week. Other interns on my cohort interviewed with other teams because they didn’t get the internship HR set them up for. The Campus 2 Careers team is incredibly helpful!