Hey all, currently a senior Economics major at an Ivy League school (Cornell / Brown / Dartmouth) looking to break into the finance side of tech. I'm graduating in May with a BA in Econ and Business Minor, and was an S&T SA at afirm my junior summer. Is it possible to get into finance at a tech firm directly out of undergrad or do they mostly look for those with at least few years of experience? If they do, did I miss the recruiting cycle and have to wait until fall or is it pretty much whenever?
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