I had an interview for an internship this past week too. The interview went pretty well. I won't find out until the middle of August if I got it or not. It doesn't offer an hourly wage, but there is a small stipend available at the end of it, depending on performance. Keeping my fingers crossed that I got it!
*******Took this from here.
1. What lessons has your life work taught you?
That you can't judge someone by the way they look. Someone dressed to the nines can be dirt poor, while someone who looks homeless can have a fortune in the bank. Just because someone is good looking, that doesn't mean they are nice. Someone can be an incredibly nice person, and still be a horrible coworker.
I was also really shocked to learn that people can be soooooo different, depending where you work with them. I used to work in a call center, then moved to the commercial loan department within the same company. When some of my call center coworkers moved to the commercial loan department after I did, I was so surprised at how different they were from one department to the next. I don't know what made them that way, and it was disappointing in most cases.
2. Do people tell you that you act older, younger, or your age?
People don't really comment on the way I act, at least not to my face. I tend to think I act younger. I'm a non-traditional student and am surrounded by 18-21 year olds most of the time, so I try not to act all fuddy-duddy around them.
3. What do you do when someone tells you a joke that you don't think is funny?
Sometimes I'll fake laugh. I remember once at my last job that the asst. manager's boyfriend was trying to get me to laugh at one of his stupid jokes. I wouldn't laugh, so he kept telling them. Finally, I told him I didn't think the jokes were funny. The asst. manager took him into her office and he left me alone. I think that's the last time I saw him.
4. Show and tell. What comes to mind first when you see this picture? Or tell a story if it reminds you of one.
So she got a key tattooed on her as a reminder that she is the key to her own success. I *LOVED* this idea and decided that once I graduated college, I would get a tattoo of a key also. One the last day of my very first semester, my psychology professor commented to the class that she bet no one had ever noticed her key tattoo. She had it done in white on her forearm so that she could see it every single day, but that no one else would see it. So I think mine will also be done in white for that very same reason. I've already got the key picked out that I plan to use, now I just need the money for it. (I'm accepting donations if anyone is interested... Just kidding!)