I worked at Steve LeVine Entertainment as an intern
The connections you make are amazing and their current event coordinator, Hailey Tropsa, is amazing to work with. She is clearly very experienced and you will learn a lot from her.
Unpaid internship. This internship should really not be unpaid considering how many hours you work in-office and at events. The experience is good, but not worth it when you're putting in 30+ hours and not getting paid. High turnover rate as well, probably due to the low pay and high hours.
Advice to Management
Give your staff raises and pay your interns. Junior staff does not make enough for the amount of work they put in.
I applied online. I interviewed at Steve LeVine Entertainment (Scottsdale, AZ).
Sent in resume. They call you first to get a feel for your personality. If they like you they'll have you come into their office for an interview. Not a stressful interview at all. Very personable. They want you to know that "we work hard to play hard", it's a fun business so they mean that statement. You need to work your but off.
In the interview they basically want to know if you have a personality for a very fast pace, timeline meeting, genuine, fun, super hard working & mostly you know what your doing. They don't take anyone who applies, they actually look for your qualifications. Usually hire on the spot if they like you.
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