Being A Transfer Student From The Uw Green Bay Essay

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Being a transfer student from the UW-Green Bay, I honestly did not know what to expect from UW-Whitewater’s accounting program. The instant I heard that there was an internship program I knew that I had to be a part of it. One of the main goals of going to college is to land a job after graduation. The internship program seemed like the greatest way to get experience in the accounting, while building a relationship with a firm that may lead to a full-time offer. From start to finish the whole process was a lot of work, but in the end, I knew it would all be worth it. To sign up for the internship program we were required to attend two mandatory meetings that would explain the processes and requirements for the program. I was able to make it to the first meeting just fine, but was unable to make it to the second meeting because of a scheduling conflict. Although I was unable to attend the second meeting, Bill and I were able to schedule a new appointment so that I could still be eligible to participate in the program. After joining the program, we were told that multiple firms would be contacting us early in the summer to inform us of certain events they would be holding that would allow us to get to know them better. When the summer came my inbox filled up with numerous emails explaining the dates and time for certain firm visits and socials. I RSVP’d to as many firm visits as I could, but some firm’s dates conflicted with one another so I had to choose what event I would

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