Did it go well? I'm not sure. A lot of the questions were fairly standard: Describe a time when you dealt with a problem customer, what do you want to get out of this internship, how has your previous experience prepared your for this position, etc. etc. I certainly don't think I had any wrong answers, but there were several times when I'd think, "Gosh, I could have said that more professionally." I have a very informal speaking style, and although I have tried over the past year to clean it up, it's really hard to break myself of certain habits. 'Dude' slips into the ends of my sentences, I ask people "What's up?" when I know they want me to do something, and so on. It's embarrassing that I can't seem to correct this, even though it's a problem I'm very aware of as I speak. I mean, I've tried taking a breath before speaking to help slow down my speech, mentally rehearsing what I'll say before I open my mouth, and somehow my sloppy California-casual speaking style always slips through.
But on the plus side, I have an on site, follow-up interview on Thursday down at the Museum. That must mean I did something right? So, wish me luck.