Got an offer for a summer internship at a prestigious real estate private equity firm. The firm hires dozens of interns in the summer. I would be working with an associate and it seems that the position is not necessarily a Summer Analyst position. It's just a general internship to help out with compliance, admin, etc. I won't learn how to build models, which is definitely something I'm looking to add to my skill set.
How valuable is this position? (It's paid, 40 hrs/week)
How can I use this position to potentially land an SA position next summer, or an analyst position next fall?
How can I show interest in learning to build models, even though the recruiter mentioned that the position will not entail modeling?
Any other input will be appreciated. I'm looking to get hired by a high-salary paying firm by the time I graduate.... whether it's investment banking or private equity.