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I just finished my first year at IU and I consider it fairly successful. I got admitted into Kelley before the Spring semester, and I have a 3.4 GPA. I am triple majoring between Entrepreneurship, Business Economic Consulting, and Public Policy Analysis and am slated to graduate on time. Most importantly I passed tillers A100 class.
I am an entrepreneur at heart, but I want a stable backup plan for a career. I started my own company a while back and its fairly successful, I am making around 30K per year and it is paying for my college and living expenses. Although this is much better than a part time job, I am worried my own company would not be able to support a quality of life that I would like on the long term.
Management consulting is something I have researched intensely and I like it very much and would like to pursue it as a career. I am confident that I can attain anything I set my mind to, however I am not sure about the strategy to do so. I was looking into a possible internship next summer, but I don't see much along the lines of management consulting on the UCSO website. I will be starting my second year at IU in the fall, however I have a baccalaureate junior class standing. Will I be able to get an internship next summer at a respectable firm, or will it be still too early?