I am unable to talk about the specifics of an interview for an intern position. I would recommend that anyone interested in an internship with RSM look further into the Pathways Summer Program. I met a recruiter from RSM at a Beta Alpha Psi event where I learned about their program. From there I had a short phone interview with the same recruiter where the conversation was casual and more of getting to know me. I was extended an invitation to the summer program and after completing the two day program I was offered an internship the following week.
I interviewed with RSM for an intern position in audit. While the first round interview was very information based, in each round of interviews that I had there seemed to be a genuine interest in trying to get to know me personally. It was very conversation based, where the interviewer wanted to just take and get to know me within the short amount of time we had. Some things that I believe got me the job were conveying my experience working with others, whether it be in a classroom or work setting (this is a large part of what auditors do) and showing that I had interest in the potential field I was going to be working in (I was applying to work on the financial services team and I talked about my experiences as an investment intern with another company) . Perhaps the most important thing I found was that being authentic made for a smoother interview and really did go a long way-- in my interview, we ended up talking about my time as a high school basketball official as the partner had a son who played in Chicago's catholic league. Just be yourself and you'll do great.