Internship Interview Process

My time at DCAS was a brief time (since it was 2 1/2 months), but as a summer college intern, I mostly helped out with team projects and the small projects for the office. I was mainly an extra hand in need for print production and designing ads and tablets for different projects. I found the job luckily thanks to help from family (my mother helping me search for internships online), and as I applied in the end of May of 2017, I sent samples of my work, my resume and my cover letter. About a week or two weeks later, I got an email from the supervisor of CityGraphics, Stacy Beatty, he scheduled the in-person interview that friday. I went to the interview, the interview was nice, pleasing and importantly comfortable; the questions were mainly about my background and artwork samples I showed in-person. After the interview, it took another 2 weeks to offer me the job.