I'm a sophomore student at a target school. Looking to go into Sales and Trading, Ibanking, or Equity research upon graduation. These are the internship I already have: high school summer I did language consulting for FBI, freshman summer at NYC prop shop, sophomore winter at Fixed income + macroecon research desk at a Chinesein China. I've been very lazy this past semester on , so now I only have one option on my hand: So should I
1) take my current offer, internal audit at a Fortune 200 company (no. 1 in its industry) for 17 bucks/hour?
2) reject it, and try to get a coldcalling job for stockbrokers in some private wealth management in DC for potentially no pay?
3) reject it, and find something else (which isnt guaranteed at this point of time)
I thought my resume was pretty straight up until now. I even made it to aas a sophomore(but didnt get the offer). My fear is by the time I'm a junior, and applying for BB s&t/banking/ , the HR will look at my resume and see the internal audit (since it would be the most recent) and see me as unfit and ditch me immediately before looking at more stuff. At the same time, this is only a sophomore internship, not THAT important. I'm leaning toward accepting the 17 buck/hr job because it's risk-free and money is good.