Sophomore Lands Prestigious Internship Due to Excellent Communication Skills, Mother
MIDTOWN MANHATTAN — LSA sophomore Max Rosenberg on Tuesday was offered a highly-competitive summer analyst position at JPMorgan Chase, placing him among a select group of the nation’s best and brightest young people. Rosenberg was likely offered the paid internship thanks to his “track record of success and strong attention to detail,” according to his mother and JPMorgan Chase’s Senior Vice President of Human Resources Linda Rosenberg.
“I’m just so proud of Max,” said the elder Rosenberg. “I wonder what convinced our recruiters whom I oversee directly to offer him the job. It was probably his charming personality, although I bet the A- he got in that 200-level econ course he took really helped separate him from the pack.”
Sources indicate that should Rosenberg wish to attend law school in the future, he’s basically a shoo-in, as he has a great legal mind and his mother is shtupping the dean of Harvard Law School on the side.
Originally published: November 2012