Mentioning possibility of full time offer: do or don't do?

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I'm currently a sophomore in the process of finalizing an internship offer at a MM bank this summer. The thing is, I have 2015 listed as my graduation date on the resume I submitted to the MD there. In terms of finalizing some sort of contract, would it be appropriate to mention (like through email or phone) that I would be willing to graduate in 2014 ( a full year early) if I were given a full-time offer (at any of the company's branches)? Is there some sort of implicit way of doing this without seeming imposing or premature?

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Apr 21, 2013

There is no try...

Apr 21, 2013

What do you mean by "there is no try.....?"

Apr 21, 2013
pryan2016:

What do you mean by "there is no try.....?"

I... uh, nevermind.

Why not just talk to your HR rep or MD when you're actually interning there, after you figure out whether:

1) You like it there

2) They like you there

Apr 21, 2013
pryan2016:

What do you mean by "there is no try.....?"

Kids these days...

Apr 21, 2013
Kassad:
pryan2016:

What do you mean by "there is no try.....?"

Kids these days...

Guessing the 2016 in his username is just a random number haha

Apr 23, 2013
pryan2016:

What do you mean by "there is no try.....?"

i'd ding you on the spot for not knowing.

Apr 21, 2013

If you want to pursue this do it during your internship, probably somewhere in the middle of it.

Apr 23, 2013

why graduate a year early? enjoy life while you still can....college is a once and a life time experience. get drunk go to class and get a 4.0, take on real life tasks when you are 22.

Apr 23, 2013
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