I'm currently a junior looking for an internship next summer (hopefully to lead to a Finance Development Program after graduation) and I'm looking to hear some of your guys's perspectives. At the moment I have an offer for General Mill's Financial Analyst Intern position. However, I'm also in the later stages of interviewing with a few other firms (mostly in the tech/telecommunication industry) and should hopefully hear back soon.
I've done research on General Mill's program before on here, but I wanted to see if the program is still as strong as people have written in the past. To be honest, I would be interested in working in the tech industry over consumer goods, but the other internships I'm interviewing for definitely don't seem to have the same structured program as GM. Should I stick with General Mills for the strong program (if that still is the case) or should I pursue positions with the other firms that suit my industry interest more?