When I worked at JoyRun as a Social Media Marketing Intern, we weren’t really given a training program. We went on a couple Google Hangouts to be given a rundown of how things would work and how we as interns should go about creating and submitting our content, but other than that we were pretty much on our own. I did my best to create social media content and then refine it based around the feedback given to me by my supervisors, which was usually given through email or Slack. After a few tries, I finally was able to pin down what kind of content my employer was looking for. Hopefully that process is more refined for JoyRun’s internship program today.