TWO scholars, who undertook a bank internship, have formed different views towards the banking industry. One of the Hongkong Bank scholarship winners, Sally Chiu, a second year student at the University of Columbia, is still undecided as to her major even after two months working at the bank. Sally feels that undergraduate education is where she should expose herself to as many opportunities as possible. She admitted that she did not really know what to expect by working in the banking industry. ''I don't think that a lot of students know what they will be facing until they have gone through the internship. ''It is during the process or after, that you realise whether it is suitable or not,'' she said. In her training, which only accepts undergraduates, Sally had to learn how to manage a team by developing a course and attend the outdoor leadership programme she devised. When she saw how people benefitted from it, she felt rewarded. On the other hand, Grace Hsu, a third year student at the University of Toronto, returned to the large banking corporation for her second internship. ''I have decided to pursue banking as my career since last year after my training-oriented internship,'' said Grace. ''It certainly made me like my major more as it enabled me to apply what I've learned from books,'' said the economics major. Grace decided to apply for the same bank as she knew that she will have the chance to deepen her experience in banking. In her previous year's internship, she found that banking was not just about dealing with money, but a lot of different work is done ''in-house'', such as the research groups and printing department. ''This time it wasn't just management or theoretical training, I learned how to analyse and manipulate data, as well as send it for printing, distribution and even design the cover. ''I had job satisfaction as I started from scratch and was able to see it to the end,'' Grace said. As for Sally, she found fulfilment in finding interaction with people. It was not the monthly cheque that she cherished the most, but the enlightenment about banking - that it pays attention to people.