Intern (wait for it...) at Goliath National Bank

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Join GNB --once lauded as the "the most evil place in history"! Maybe you'll figure out what Barney Stinson actually does for a living!

Why intern with Goliath National Bank?

Learn the in's and out's of one of America's greatest banks
Discover the finest materials for your next tailored suit
Work in a fast-paced, mistake-free environment where those who lag behind will wear duckie ties and be subjected to slaps
Keep so busy you won't even have time to listen to Ted's sob story

We'll be on your side when you need a friend, Through thick and thin, you can always depend, On the world leaders in credit and banking, Goliath National Bank!

(Member FDIC)

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based on 2 reviews
  • Growth 5
  • Support 5
  • Fun 10
  • Housing 7.5
  • Safety 7
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Cecilia Haynes

Down with Clark Butterfield

Okay, what you need to understand about this program is that you will learn nothing about banking and finance. You must be accepting of the fact that you will put in as much time (if not more) as a regular intern at any bank, but you will not do any of the regular jobs (except fetch coffee).

Instead, you will learn how to participate in shenanigans. You will also learn how to pick up women (even if you are a woman). I spent hours, if not days, crafting the perfect modes of revenge against Clark Butterfield. Mr. Stinson roped me into this after Marshall bowed out.

Safety was not of high consideration and I risked my life many times over. However, over and above this rather extreme demand, I grew to despise the voice over. If I have to hear, "Kids," one more time, I will lose it.

How can this program be improved?
Get rid of the voice over or just let us meet the mother!
Yes, I recommend this program
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Badabop ba, badabop ba, bada, badoddie doddie doddie doddie daaaa!

I went into this internship with a clear expectation of how it would pan out. Boy, was I wrong. All we basically did was make plans to destroy the environment and snicker at Marshall's literature for his daily trips to the bathroom. We didn't spend any time at Macleran's and baby Marvin pretty much took up everybody's free time.

The one perk was trying out each of Barney's moves from the play book each week. Those things are like gold. I guess you can't say I didn't learn anything.

No, I don't recommend this program

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