Hey everyone. I'm a sophomore in Electrical Engineering, and I just received an amazing internship with a major energy company, and I have a slightly abstract question to ask. How much is this internship going to help me when I'm looking for a job or applying to a good grad school (I plan on attending grad school directly after my undergrad)? For instance, let's say a company is looking at two new graduates, Student A, and Student B. Their credentials looks like: Student A --------- 4.0 GPA Student B --------- X.XX GPA 3 years of interning What would Student B's GPA have to be to be to make these two candidates equal? I guess, the question I'm getting at is how much will an internship "wow" employers? Would experience offset a lower GPA, like a 2.0-3.0, or is it only a nice bonus that should be on top of a high GPA (greater than 3.8)? This might be a tough, unanswerable question, but I'd like to get a sense of how much good I'm doing myself? By the way, I absolutely LOVE the job, it's everything I imagined the industry would be :) So I'm not just doing it for a resume builder...Thank you!