I'm currently a freshman finishing up my first year in a top 50, non target business school. I'm a double finance and economics major, who will most likely finish with a 3.4/3.5 (depending on my finals) after my first year. Obviously that isn't exactly where it needs to be, but I have time to drag it up. This summer, I'll be working at a boutique investment bank in my town. I've networked with whoever I can from my town and my school, and I've set up several meetings with analysts and associates in my neighboring city just to discuss their jobs and how they got there. I hold a leadership position in the school sponsored investment fund as a freshman, a member of a fraternity, and a member of the club soccer team (as well as Economics club, but no leadership role). This summer will hopefully open up several more doors, but in terms of my NEXT steps in eventually trying to break into/MM or top boutiques, what should my next steps be approaching this summer and my sophomore year?
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