HI getting experience in you field is a good idea. They get a good chance to see you and you get to see them. Asking questions and being on time are important. Market should be good for this field. Thrivent Financial is a company I've invested with and they are well know and a non-profit investment company. They are highly rated and get awards for their high ethics. You probably want to work for someone that is handling other people's money like it is their own. Since this is a 2nd internship they must like you. If you feel they are just getting work done for minimal cost, try someone else. Honesty and integrity in your field of work are very important. You will not be disappointed when you work this way.