i have one tomorrow for a defense contractor. it will be for a stats intern position. its a formal interview, where they will ask me some questions, and they will also show me around the company and have me meet some people. a month ago, i had the phone interview. will i likely get the position? this company is about 30-45 min drive from where i live but i got another internship position yesterday for a company that does physical modeling of the oceans and solves problems for clients, which mostly includes naval research centers. it requires a physics background, most of the employees have physics degrees. the work sounds more interesting than stats. but the drive to this company is about an hour and a half, so i cant commute there if i work there in the summer. also, this company is only a couple years old, so there are only about 5 full-time employees what should i do if i get accepted for both positions? the question is which one should i take. the one that features work that i will probably like better (i'm looking towards physical/mathematical modeling as a career), or the one for the bigger, defense contractor (i want to work on military aircraft, missiles, and weapons) that is easier to travel to?