I'm a Junior at a non-target school for MC firms, who's hoping to just build a good enough resume by next year to get the attention of those firms (for full-time ops). I've had an internship at the biggest healthcare provider in my state, and a pretty interesting resume beyond that (research, leadership positions, etc.). This year I just applied mostly to FDP programs, Big 4 firms, and some banks.
So far, I've narrowed my offers down to Dell's FDP internship, and GE Healthcare's FMP internship. I have a final rd interview with Deloitte next week for an engagement controller role, which isn't the type of consulting I want to end up in, but at least in the practice. Dell refused to give e a second extension on my offer deadline, and Deloitte probably won't get back to me until after that expires. Also just got invited for a final rd interview with BoA, for a Global Risk Analyst internship, but feel that's a position that doesn't align with my goals and I'd only be taking it for the name - might not even attend. Just saying that to note that they'd also probably get back after Dell expires, if I do attend. Waiting on a couple smaller firms, as well.
Leads me to my question: I have no idea what role I'll be in with Dell or GE this summer. I can get unlucky and be in internal audit, which is not at all applicable to MC, and I've already turned down Big 4 audit opportunities. Then, the only way I'd get the full worth out of Dell would be to start full time with them (not awful - culture and opportunities seem great - but would probably leave eventually for an MBA). GE indicated they're more likely to place me somewhere that fits my skills and interests, but it's obviously going through some shit (not sure if that matters for an internship). The way I thought of it, though, I could paint the picture of being really well-versed in healthcare, with 2 good internships in the sector, when interviewing for MC. Play it up like a passion of mine (not a complete hoax).
I can't find MUCH about the GE Healthcare FMP (most posts are about GE Capital), so I don't know if this has the same prestige it once did, especially with recent struggles. So is it worth it to turn down Dell, and use GE as a safety to the Deloitte position (and maybe other places I interview with in the next couple weeks)? Or do I play it safe, take whatever Dell gives me, and enjoy living in Austin, TX for the Summer?