I worked at eMarketer (Less than a year)
Great, laid back culture in a beautiful office and a great location. The internship program throughout the summer was great – the coordinators put a ton of thought into it. Everyone in the entire place, even up to the CEO, is more than approachable and super friendly. The internship will ultimately be what you make of it. Great place to learn and get good experience.
Despite everyone being very approachable, there's a huge lack of training and mentorship. It felt more like a part-time job than an internship. Management only pays attention to their own projects unless you ask them for help or input.
Advice to Management
Feed into your interns. You can be hands-off while still showing an interest in them. Be more proactive about being involved in their work. It'll make a world of a difference for the company and for individuals who may become future employees.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at eMarketer.
The interview process was through a recruiter. They gave good insight into the business, current needs, top priorities, the details of this role and the personalities at the company. Overall experience was okay.
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