Interning here was a great learning experience. I was able to do a lot and there was a lot of support to apply for a permanent position.
The only downside was that I wasn't paid, but this was an internship, therefore great learning experience.
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at California State Board of Equalization.
One phone interview and I was offered the position. The questions were pretty simple. Since this was an unpaid internship, it was meant to give students the opportunity while also helping with workload.
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