Culture and Experience - Interns 2011

Lawline Staff | August 15, 2011

Summer 2011 has come and gone, and so have our Interns for this year. All four of them were able to exemplify our Core Values and carry them out on an every day basis. Working with students is one of my favorite parts of my job because I am able to share knowledge with people who have yet to experience what I have. Mentoring our interns and providing them with a great learning experience is our goal for every internship program.

Whether they are assisting our customers, preparing course materials, maintaining relationships with faculty, creating new courses, or assisting with recruitment, all interns are able to learn through real life experience. We would not have it any other way.

Lawline's Internship Program normally requires a minimum of 20 hours per week for one reason: we want to make sure we are able to give this student enough responsibility that their job will be an important part of our company. Anything less than 20 hours can sometimes result in a person not being her often enough to depend on to complete assignments on a regular basis.

Our four interns from Summer 2011 (Brett, Brandon, Nadia, and Matt) share their experiences in the following videos. Feel free to check out what they thought of Lawline!

Matt Gold - Human Resource Internship Program - Florida State University

Nadia Tariq - Production Department Internship Program - Brooklyn Law School

Brandon Glantz and Brett Hirsch - Content Development Internship Program - Cardozo Law School and New York Law School

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