Alta Creative Management

Talent Management Intern

June - August 2018 • New York City, NY

What I liked

The company was amazing. I never thought that I was going to be interested in the world of voiceover, but I learned so much and my boss was super helpful with the learning process. He knew I didn't have much experience yet, but he was always willing and available to answer questions and talk about the industry. I worked twice a week and they were accommodating to my schedule if I had family trips or appointments. Each day, we started with a conference call, which was great for me to get to hear about what all of the different people in the company were working on at the time. Even though I was an intern, they still asked for my opinion on some things and really wanted me to get involved. I often was working on databases, drafting emails, or helping out with various other tasks that would be beneficial to my boss, and got to understand what is like to be a talent manager much better. Overall, a great company and a great first internship.

What I wish was different

Although working remotely was the best option for my summer due to financial reasons, I would have liked to have some office experience. Working remotely is what everyone from this company does, and more companies are headed in that direction so it was still a good experience to have. Working remotely means that you are going to have to make yourself accountable for getting all of your work done because you have much more freedom and it can be very easy to say that you can throw in some laundry or do the dishes but you have to be doing your work and available.


Go into everything with an open mind. Although this wasn't what I was expecting to be doing this summer, working remotely for a voiceover company, it ended up being one of the best experiences I could have asked for as an entry level intern. They really want to help you grow, are great connections to have and are overall amazing human beings.
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