Money Board thoughts? Is is worth the time investment to have that on your resume?
Pain in the arse when you'd rather be doing something else. Despite the name, it's undergrad-level stuff. Somewhat useful for people who don't have a banking/finance/accounting degree. With your academic background, you probably won't learn anything you don't already know. One of those things that's expected of you, but meaningless. I'm sure somebody will be along to disagree with me, but that's my take.
ETA: On the plus side, there's the networking factor, if that's important to you.
This post was edited on 9/3 at 12:18 pm