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"Find something you love doing."
Louie Reformina, Finance
"Early in your career, I believe the most important thing you can do is to surround yourself with smart people who are willing to teach you."
Karl Baumert, Finance
"It's important to excel at what you are doing even if that isn't the ultimate goal."
Bob Bergman, Investment Banker
"Investment banks have different strengths and different weaknesses in certain areas. Try to decide where you'd like to be based on that and then see if the people you meet and the culture of the firm are a good fit for you."
Elwyn Cabebe, Intern
At first I thought I didn't think I'd be able to learn all this technique...
Theresa Franco, Media Coordinator
In high school I thought I wanted to work in arts, but in college I took some marketing classes and decided I liked the business side more.
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