So I have a dilemma. I want to go into IB after I graduated, hopefully by landing a solid internship at anext year (my junior year). However, from what I've read on the forums, internships are bs. I won't learn anything legitimate, I'll mostly cold call and do administrative duties. People are also saying that it's something I should have gotten as a freshman. Now, I currently have 2 BB PWM offers in branch offices in a large city. I have about a week to make a decision. The problem is, I want to work in something that will teach me more relevant skills for IB. I feel that I am a strong interviewer, and if I were able to land an internship with a local IB, I would have a pretty high chance of landing the job. However, I have no interviews so far with local banks. I go to a semi-target, sophomore, and live in a big city.
Should I just go with one of the PWM internships and be happy that I actually have a job? Or should I take the jump?