As a soon to be college graduate, I was wondering how these three (Federal S&O vs. Federal Advisory vs. Hamilton) stack up against one another in terms of prestige, experience, exit opportunities, etc. for someone who is looking to be hired as a first year analyst/associate out of undergrad--and as one who is entering the federal consulting space in the DC area specifically. I know all three have their tradeoffs, but was wondering if I could hear about some first-hand experience of someone who has spent some time with any of the companies--or what you've heard/seen.
In addition, do any of them possibly provide a "better" experience if one is looking to move to attend a top MBA program and possibly move toin the future? Also, in the federal space, what would one say is the most popular graduate school program (MPP, MPA, MBA, etc.), and how common is it for Federal consultants to go to grad school? Is it worth it? Thanks for all the info anyone can provide!