You are treated like a full-time employee and given real work as well as go to meetings just as you would if you were not an intern and a regular employee. My manager was very open to questions and helpful, I had a great experience with him. Additionally, you go to many networking events and trainings that help not only break up your day to day work, but teach valuable skills. Additionally, very good work life balance. I was instructed to never work overtime, and have not a single day. I live with interns at other companies in Boston and they work at least 2 hours longer than I do almost everyday, I am always the first one home. Additionally, interns earn time off and can take a few days here and there to go on vacation or visit family if they want. My roommates work longer hours and do not get time off like this either.
I do not have many complaints at all about this internship, I felt like Liberty does a great job in their internship program. Some of the trainings need to be refined, but they constantly take feedback on them and make changes.
Advice to Potential Interns
Liberty has been a wonderful internship experience. I was wary to accept only because of location and I am a home body by nature. However, I had an internship offer at a small company that was 10min from home that I almost accepted, but ended up taking a chance and moving to Boston for the summer because Liberty seemed like a better experience. They treat interns very well and you can tell from day one that they want to help you grow and learn and ultimately they really want you to work for them full time.
Sample Interview Questions
Basic behavioral questions of course. Additionally, I had some case-like questions that involved looking at graphs of number of claims and trying to come up with reason why there would be spikes and drop in certain types of claims. For example, if there was a relatively steady graph of homeowner's claims in Florida but with a spike in August, a reason this might happen is if a hurricane hit Florida in August.