I saw this being discussed in another thread, but wanted to start my own. With recruiting moving up to the spring, is it even worth it to transfer your junior year if you want to get a summer internship in IB?
By the time you receive your acceptance, recruiting would be in full swing/finalizing and I don't see how someone would be able to utilize their transfer school's assets in time. Of course there are many other reasons to transfer, but networking with alumni, OCR, and schools reputation to obtain a SA has always been a huge reason for IB hopefuls.
Personally I still plan to transfer as I like keeping my options open and want to be able to dorm without putting myself in too much debt. I'm a current sophomore that didn't have any freshman summer internship, and it's crazy to think that I'm going to need to secure back to back summer internships before even starting my first one,
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