good luck with that
Yes, there's google, but it's all very generic crap that isn't helping me at all. I figured since this is a board dedicated to a prestigious school, there would be lots of folks with knowledge on the topic. This applies to anyone with experience in the industries of Law, Finances, Banking, etc.
Basically, I'm being courted for a few internships and want to know if it is better to sign with the monster/huge companies, or the smaller upstart ones. One of the big firms offering me hires like 70 interns, but they said I'll get something a bit better than the regular errand boy job. Then there are smaller places who only hire 2 or 3 and promise a much better hands-on experience where my work will actually be important. I'm looking for the best experience and the one that will help my career both image-wise (prestige) and with actual knowledge.
Any help on this issue is greatly appreciated. Small vs. Large Firm debate. Thanks.
I was just watching the new Tosh.0 and some chicks from MSU sent in a video for his college campus invasion. It was horrible. He said based on the video MSU is out of the running because it seems like the school is awful and their girls are annoying.....awesome
How he sees the last year, and how he hopes to grow the program(s) in the future.
I have now graduated from M, and my work is taking me to Minneapolis. However, I have no idea where I should live or even start to look.
For any MgoMinneapolitans out there, where should I look? I'd like to live in the city but don't really know the nieghborhoods. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks and Go Blue!