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If you are looking for a friendly constructive environment and want to learn in-depth strategy and not just a fluff, Mullen is really not a good option for you. MERITOCRACY IS JUST A BEAUTIFUL LIE THAT NEVER HAPPENS THERE. People never have time for you since they are always slammed with work!! higher levels don't bother to answer your emails!! Collaboration is just a dream never come true! DO NOT WASTE YOUR LIFE ON THIS SLAVE SHIP.
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This internship was by far, the best experience I've ever had. From the start, everyone was extremely welcoming and interested in helping me learn as much as I possibly could. Unlike other internships I've had, I was asked to do "real" work which allowed me to really understand how an integrated agency operates. I liked the summer internship so much that I stayed for the fall semester as well and now I'm a full-time employee! :)
Going into this internship I was worried I would be stuck with grunt work and wouldn't be able to use skills learned in my graduate program. However, my experience at Mullen was nothing like past internships. I was allowed to manage projects and was given more and more responsibility as I proved myself. I went to every single meeting with my team and was able learn about each project that they were working on. I felt more a part of my team at Mullen after a month as I ever did during my first job ...
There were many reasons for Mullen's program being great. But here are just a few:- Leaders want the program to be successful.- We did real client work- The people are fantastic!
Here's the deal with Mullen's PR/Social Influences Dept. when I was there: Suzanne Daly made the program great and now she's gone. You work on whatever accounts they choose and mostly do clipping and media lists if you're unlucky. That's about it. Unless someone awesome like VP Michael Bourne gives you projects. DO THEM. The skills you learn are highly applicable. Otherwise, you get almost no job/career training. I was also stuck with very slow-moving accounts - other interns had more responsibility because they had better accounts. On the plus side, everyone is really nice and there's free coffee. Befriend ...
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