10 episodes

The self-produced serialized story of a young woman navigating New York City and a new career in tech and media.

The Intern betaworks

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    • 4.5, 333 Ratings

The self-produced serialized story of a young woman navigating New York City and a new career in tech and media.

    8: Forward

    8: Forward

    Trust in the uncertainty. Links www.twitter.com/albtweetin www.instagram.com/alb1919 allison@theintern.fm Subscribe to the newsletter: http://bit.ly/2cE30Ch Get your first 2 meal free: www.blueapron.com/intern Music Johnny Cosmic, “Infinite Summer ft KBong, Swellout” - http://johnnycosmic.bandcamp.com Anna Vogelzang, “Amarillo” - https://twitter.com/annavzang, https://theanna.bandcamp.com Credits: Produced by Allison Behringer Editorial Advising by Kaitlin Prest Production Assistance by Jessi Carrier

    • 16 min
    7: The Priority Problem

    7: The Priority Problem

    It’s been on my mind since day one. I talk to Anil Dash, technologist and long-time diversity and inclusion advocate. But first, I chat with betaworks CEO John Borthwick about D&I, as well as recent grad and Twitter hire, Terri Burns. Full interview with Anil Dash: http://bit.ly/2axGUi5 Get your first 2 meal free: www.blueapron.com/intern Links: www.hiretechladies.com http://projectinclude.org http://www.c4q.nyc http://www.blackgirlscode.com https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rooney_Rule Follow Anil Dash @anildash, Terri Burns @tcburning Music: -Upright TRex http://uprighttrexmusic.com -Erin Barra www.mammabarra.com -Interstellar Export by The Insider http://freemusicarchive.org/music/The_Insider/ Source: The Free Music Archive http://freemusicarchive.org/ License: CC by S-A 3.0 -Interstate 70 Rain Chants by Fields Ohio https://www.facebook.com/fieldsofohio Source: The Free Music Archive http://freemusicarchive.org/ ...

    • 40 min
    Update: "Never Apologize"

    Update: "Never Apologize"

    An update and a teaser for what's to come Music: "Headless Horseman," Erin Barra

    • 3 min
    6: Let’s Play CHKN

    6: Let’s Play CHKN

    Why did the one-legged chicken go on Youtube? Get the full interviews with Gerry Laybourne, Kyra Reppen, and Sara Levinson: https://www.paypal.me/theintern/2 Download the Acast app: http://apple.co/1TGSh4Z Download the CHKN game: http://chkngame.com/play/ Produced by Allison Behringer Editorial Advising by Kaitlin Prest Production Assistance by Camila Kerwin Theme Music: Upright T-Rex allison@theintern.fm @albtweetin

    • 29 min
    5: What's Your Worth?

    5: What's Your Worth?

    It's up for negotiation.
    First 2 meals free: blueapron.com/intern
    Music: Upright T-Rex, Angela Sheik, Erin Barra
    Produced by Allison Behringer
    Editorial Advising by Kaitlin Prest
    Production Assistance by Camila Kerwin

    • 35 min
    4: On the Chopping Block

    4: On the Chopping Block

    No one said it'd be easy.
    Links: anchor.fm/theintern
    Music: Upright T-Rex, Sub Delay, Candeur, Kiqyou, and Swellout

    • 25 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
333 Ratings

333 Ratings

adaffodils ,

A natural storyteller

For someone with no background in radio, production , or editing, this podcast is really good. She's a natural storyteller. The fact that the podcast is raw and not as clean as more established shows is the POINT. She was hired as an intern for a start up to create a podcast about creating a podcast. Thus, the end result is exactly what it's supposed to be. And the episodes do improve with each new one. I think she's doing a great job. Keep it up!

RobRobRobRobRobRobRobRob ,

What a great show!

A great look into work life, and just life in general . This show is fantastic for any listener getting a fresh start at a new job or in a new city.

katt_daddy ,

Loved at first, but over time lost interest

When I first discovered this podcast I was ecstatic. Cool, raw content with a lot of first hand insight within tech/start ups and in NY (especially for me being a California native and wanting to move to NY).

Huge disappointment in the lack of follow up episodes and how far apart they were. Literally months would pass between episodes and it was very frustrating to want to be interested and supported with something that had so much potential. Especially since the show was phrased as it being part of the hosts job at Betaworks to create this podcast. Somethings wasn't adding up.

I just recently listened to the diversity episode and loved it, but wish a different approach were taken in releasing future episodes so they're consistent.

Still rooting for the intern, hopefully things start looking up.

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