Internship Panel Review The internship panel provided students a chance to receive ps and advice, as well as enjoy some workplace anecdotes, from fellow peers and AAF members who completed Summer 2013 internships. The panelists worked in areas of account management, event planning, and media analysis at profes-‐ sional agencies located in places like Chicago and Dallas.
The panel of “intern experts” spoke to ambi ous students about the applica on and interviewing pro-‐ cesses they experienced, and gave the students ps on how to best prepare themselves. If that was not enough, several stories about work-‐ place culture were sure to inspire.
Tips from the Pros:
Networking is key! - con nue to put yourself out there and meet LOTS of people in the industry; it may take some me, but it will pay oﬀ
Stay informed! - keep up-to-date with happenings in your industry of inter-‐ est; research your poten al employers and show them you are dedicated
Prepare for interviews! - have speciﬁc experiences in mind to answer be-‐ havioral ques ons; prepare some ques ons of your own for the company
Be yourself! - if you are truly passionate about the job, it will show in your sincerity and enthusiasm; being appropriately conversa onal can help
Take advantage of resources! - websites like Agencypimp.com, Glassdoor.com, and Indeed.com are there for your beneﬁt