Our new interns from Greater New Bedford Regional Voc-Tech began today, and, as is tradition, we put them immediately on the air.

I reassured Bryanna and Chloe that there was absolutely no reason to be nervous because there was only a potential audience of about a quarter-million people.

No big deal.

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It's great to throw the interns right into the fire and have them get used to being in the studio. So, we plopped them on the microphones and had them answer a few questions for us.

The questions weren't too difficult. The interns just had to tell us what some insanely famous people did for a living.

David Letterman. Jay Leno. Chris Farley. David Spade.

Pretty easy, right?


LISTEN:  Michael and Maddie Intern Initiation:

Remember, our interns are seniors in high school, so they were both born in 2004.  Neither of them has celebrated their 18th birthday.

It's hard to wrap your head around the fact that these were unknown names in the Gen Z community, but that is the reality.  Listen to the entire intern initiation by clicking the play button above.  You won't even believe who they don't know. It's hilarious and will make you feel super-old.

If you or someone you know might enjoy working in the Michael and Maddie studio as an intern, send an email to Maddie@fun107.com.  The Fun 107 internship program has worked with SouthCoast high schools and colleges for decades offering an educational opportunity for young people who are interested in a career in media. The program is open to high school seniors and college students.

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