3Points Summer Intern Roundtable Recap

Can our interns count to three?

What did you learn during your internship?

Christine: This internship was a top-to-bottom education in public relations, especially since I had no prior hands-on experience in PR before this summer. I worked on internal as well as client projects, so I learned about both how this business is run from the inside, and how we serve and partner with our clients.

What was your favorite thing about your time at 3Points?

Christine: No two days look the same, and that’s not something a lot of people get to say. There’s a significant level of spontaneity in this field, and I definitely enjoyed how varied the work was.

Was there a specific project you are proud of or that you really enjoyed working on?

Christine: I am proud of all the writing and editing work I got to do for both 3Points and our clients. That area is my niche, so I truly enjoyed diving into those projects.

Funniest story or moment from your time here?

Christine: One of my favorite moments was when our office effectively shut down to watch the World Cup semifinals — we gathered around our high tables, ordered pizza, and collectively shouted at the TV.

What was the most fun thing you did in Chicago over the summer?

Christine: I saw Naia Izumi at the NPR Tiny Desk Concert at Lagunitas Brewing Company! The space was incredible — the room was right in the center of the brewing warehouse and looked out on the machinery and equipment. There were probably fewer than 200 people in the audience, sitting at long picnic tables drinking Lagunitas. Definitely not your typical concert.



Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store