Thanks for taking the time to read and comment. Looking for a profile review of sorts as well as general B-School advice.
Any advice/constructive criticism is welcome and appreciated!
Non-Target University in the South
2 Honors Societies
Relevant Coursework - Advanced Logic (Mathematical Philosophy), Statistics, , Economics I, Economics II, Investments Analysis, Accounting I, II and Intermediate Accounting, a few others that are similar.
--President of two organizations (1 special interest & 1 Financial - roughly 100 members between both)
--Student Government (Ambassador for my Program - basically a senatorial role)
--3 Academic Councils (work with professors and high level admins on a variety of issues; curriculum)
--Completed 5 internships while in college (not extremely linear in nature - until the end when I secured a portfolio analyst position with a boutique - $250MM AUM)
--Accepted offer with strong MM investment bank - working with the ( I really the group and expect to stay in FIG for some time - be it through banking or PE).
I was a little bit late to the whole Wall Street game throughout my college years...luckily - hard-work and dedication ended up leading me down a decently successful path and have allowed me to put some strong items on my resume, however, I do lack in several areas.
1) I didn't go to a target brand-name university
2) I don't work for a
In my case, i feel that pursuing further education can help more so than those who have the two above credentials backing them up. Meaning...it may still make sense for me to get an MBA (even if not M7) so that I can build my network, gain credibility, and get that brand-name on my resume.
Any thoughts on my competitiveness for B-School? Any other ideas for ways that I can improve my profile? Any suggestions for next steps?
Thank you and happy monkey-ing!