I have an interview for a summer internship position. I'm studying Industrial Engineering but even though the company is well know and has distinctive departments it had almost nothing displayed on the ad about the position itself. They are just looking for motivated people who would take responsibility as a project leader, have business ideas and capable of handling Excel and Powerpoint. I'm afraid it is more serious than it looks because I did not just send an email with my CV attached, they actually had an application procedure. How do I handle the interview with so little information to prepare for? Honestly, I'm just a clueless student who'd like to see the industry in action, gain some experience and not waste another summer. Even more, I'm extremely academically successful but have no experience in taking up a project or team leading. It seems that university actually is more than just studying well. What if they ask me about my recent experience as a project leader? Should I be honest about this?