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RETHEEMRETHEEM Registered User Posts: 86 Junior Member
edited March 2007 in Engineering Majors
Is a chemical engineering GPA of 3.3 and a cumulative of 2.7 sufficient for a good internship??
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  • GatorEng23GatorEng23 Registered User Posts: 1,571 Senior Member
    That cumulative really should be a 3.0. A lot good internships have that as the cutoff. However, there still are other internships for <3.0. Don't worry if you can't get into the popular ones, try to do a normal one and from there you can build up your resume and get more lucrative ones. Experience is experience.
  • lkf725lkf725 Registered User Posts: 4,781 Senior Member
    How do you quantify what is a "good" internship?
  • RETHEEMRETHEEM Registered User Posts: 86 Junior Member
    am talking about big comapnies like dupont,General Electric,Allen Busch,Cargill and the likes.
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