Interning at the Treasury GC Office in Banking & Financing

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Interning at the Treasury GC Office in Banking & Financing

Postby Anonymous User » Sat Nov 05, 2011 6:01 pm

So I have the option of spending my last Spring semester interning at the Treasury's GC office in Banking and Finance. I'm interested in regulatory work and figured this would be a good opportunity to spend some time in the treasury before going off to my V5 in NYC working on M&A/Cap markets work.

Any practical benefit to doing this? I'm thinking of transitioning to gov't down the line.

It's either this or taking BS classes that won't help me anyway, so I figured the experience would at least be marginally more useful.



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