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Suleman zia
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Hello All,
I need some guidance and i hope its good. I had an interview with a good consulting company who offers training program for 6 weeks and then they will hook you up with interviews like google, wells fargo, etc..

I am a foreigner so sponsorship is also offered which is good plus. I was looking for a job in java and their training is based on java. I am a current graduate (BS) and sponsorship is one of the biggest problem for USA. Most of the companies always ask me do you need sponsorship? and when i say yes then i will never hear back from them. or if you do get a call then they ask for practical experience and one cannot get practical experience in college, my Co-Op training was in database not related to java but i got really interested in java and will learn it to extent.

My question is it good to work with a consulting firm?

Thanks


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Suleman zia
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