- 5.0Sep 8, 2021
Summer Analyst in RiskSummer AnalystFormer Intern, less than 1 yearWarsaw, Masovia
Great but steep learning curve, in-depth training and with multiple projects to own and present to Senior Management at the end of the internship
Long working hours; people feel the need to be in the office even when they have already finished work.
- 2.0Sep 6, 2023Creative Designer InternFormer Employee, less than 1 yearCleveland, OH
Remote option only because it was available by the business owner. Access to a program manager to vent out frustrations. Pay was okay.
Exhausting interviews. No realistic compatibility. The options of types of work you want to do are typical and no lane for other creatives. My worst experience overall was not being heard with disability and a frustrating business owner despite "matching up" computer processes. Most of the business owners did not know what they wanted out of the internship and had a lot of expectations on interns when in reality they need help from senior professionals in my opinion. The closing event felt very fake and it was boring. No realistic networking and a big generational difference made it difficult with businesses who don't believe in authentic remote work. For $20 an hour, some of these business owners were asking for way too much on an intern for four months and maybe 4 hours a day. Half the time the business owner gave me nothing to do so you don't get paid for the hours you don't work.1