November 26, 2020

The Best Part of Ernst & Young’s International Intern Leadership Conference Had to Be When Jim Turley Laid Down Some Beats

Remember earlier this month when we showed you some images from the Ernst & Young International Intern Leadership Conference? It illustrated just how E&Y rolls out the black and yellow carpet for its interns from across the globe – charter buses, gorilla hugs, and a dude in a Big Bird Yellow tux. 

We've uncovered more evidence of the good times had at Disney World this past summer and we thought it would be appropriate to share it with you, especially because most of you have probably never seen Chuck Norris nemesis Jim Turley in a hoodie or in a DJ booth.

So it looks pretty fun although the poor guy on crutches probably didn't get to limbo or climb over the giant spool or do the electric slide or the hula hoop thing. And what about "Stephanie" from Seattle who was already showing up her senior? I don't how that will work for a long-term career prospects.

Speaking of questionable actions, why would organizers opt for a Penn State-esque "WE ARE" chant? Isn't it a little too soon for that?

Please make note of anything else interesting. Oh, and if we could get a set list for JT (or JDawg, I believe?) it would be appreciated.

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