Interviewed at Endeavor
Interview Details Two rounds of phone interview. The questions are straightforward. They care about why you want to work for Endeavor very much. Make sure you have great questions to ask. I heard they select a very slim of candidates for first round interviews, so make sure your resume looks good:)
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 6 days - interviewed at Endeavor in December 2012.
Interview Details The process was very easy for me. I had to prove I write well, communicate well. I didn't even have to speak Spanish as well before arrival.
Interview Question – What are some of your weaknesses? View Answer
Negotiation Details – This is my first job, so no negotiation took place.
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Endeavor in October 2012.
Interview Details The interview process for 2012 summer positions was relatively straightforward - after an initial cover letter/resume drop, I was contacted for a first-round, and then second-round, phone interview. The first was more behavioral, the second more focused on how my skills might match current projects the team had scheduled for the summer months. My recommendation is to make sure your resume stands out; I found out later that they select a very slim margin of applicants to interview, so that first jump is steep.
Interview Question – There were no unfair or unnecessarily complicated questions. I think that you should be prepared to explain why you have a genuine passion for the type of work that Endeavor does, and be ready to show that your skill set could be applied effectively to their projects. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I was given the offer at the end of the second-round interview, and told that I could have up to a week to commit.
I applied through college or university and the process took 4 days - interviewed at Endeavor in July 2012.
I was invited to go for an interview via e-mail with the Marketing/Communications Department. They wanted me to come in 3 hours after they sent the e-mail to me.
I spent much time researching the company as much as I could before I was going to be interviewed.
I met with the Senior Vice President of the organization and a Communications Employee.
They spent time explaining what the internship would consist of and what I could do to partake and benefit the organization. Much of the things that they explained were in regards to benefiting their events (ISP) and helping out with the website.
The interviewers explained much about how the company functions and what they do, they then asked if I had any questions.
They let me know that they were "very interested" at the end of the interview and that they would keep in contact with me.
I sent my thank you letter on a Friday (same day I went in for an interview) and received word on a Monday that I would be accepted as an intern.
Negotiation Details – Unpaid
Pros: Clear hierarchy and friendly staff
Exposure to a variety of industries and companies in a variety of regions
Office is light-flooded – Full Review
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