What I liked
I loved the team I worked on. The whole team was super tight-nit and wanted to see each other succeed. The two senior VPs had come from management consulting roles and thereby, mandated that the team work according to the guidelines used in consulting, giving you the skills you would gain in consulting, but with 40 hour weeks instead of 60. Further, the intern class of 19 students was INCREDIBLE. I made some of the best friends I've had in my entire life and every day after work was a new adventure. Our class also hung out with the 23 person MBA class, which was super cool because you could talk to them about their previous jobs and learn a lot from their life experience out of school while having fun on a volleyball court or at a bar with them. Finally, Denver seems like a random city to work in, but it is one of the most incredible cities in the US. You are in the city all week and at night, but on the weekends you get to explore the amazing mountains and wilderness surrounding the city and all around Colorado.