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- 5.0Sep 9, 2023Creative Producing InternFormer Intern, less than 1 yearMount Laurel, NJ
Great working environment, co-workers, mentors, and creative vision.
None. I wish the internship lasted much longer.
- 5.0Jul 6, 2023DEI InternCurrent Intern
Working in the NY Office as an intern has been a delight. You have access to a wide variety of resources for performing your job, meeting new people, and/or learning new things about the business. So far, I have been working on a lot of projects that relate to promoting some of the most promising upcoming coaches and executives in the league. I have learned a great deal about why doing things like this, behind the scenes, is so crucial to helping the NFL run. The league is searching for equality but not at the cost of the strength of the product on the field. I am learning that you can have both of these things. My supervisor has been tremendous; keeping me busy but not with monotonous busy, "intern-type" work. My supervisor, like everyone else in the office, is super kind and willing to share their experiences. If you love football and want to get into the business, there is someone to talk to. If you are more interested in the day to day of your job rather than sports, itself, there is someone to talk to. I would recommend anyone who has a passion in one of the departments offered to apply for an internship. Even if you don't end up in that department, you won't be disappointed with the experience.
I have not encountered many cons. A big part of the internship is the speaker series that all interns are required to go to. Some of the speakers are more interesting than others, but that is naturally subjective.
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