I spent the last 5 years working at a pretty private single family where we did both PE and VC, and I left as a Vice President. I got good experience but it isn't a well known or particularly respected firm. I came up through the military, not banking, and as such don't have quite the industry connections and ties to the headhunting community. Top 3 MBA. I'm Trying to figure out how to get seen by the recruiters, short of contacting them and sending resumes (which I have done). Are there resume books I should be getting into or groups I should be following or attending? I heard someone recommend the PEAC (Chicago). Anything out there like this? I'm lookign for small, scrappy, more esoteric places. My areas of interest are Boston, Philly, DC, NY, Charlotte, Atlanta. Are most MM / lower MM jobs being posted on places like Glocap, or do they fly under the radar somewhere? What about the VC stuff?
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