I am in a precarious position and I feel like this is the only site where people truly understand my struggle.
I am a 23 year old graduate of a non-target (top 30 according to US News and World Report). This May will mark my second year since graduation.
As the title states, I have just parted ways with a failed Fintech venture that I had started with 2 other individuals who have far more experience than I. My background also includes PWM (internship), VC (internship), and RE Brokerage. I am not a perfect person as I have turned down FT offerings due to indecisiveness while I was still in college.
I have received over 60 "impressive resume but... we moved on with another candidate" emails and I am finally admitting to how lost I truly feel. My experience screams a transition to PE/VC but keep getting overlooked by my peers who went the traditional 2yr bootcamp route. If I can just get in the door, I know I will exceed all expectations.
What do you all think?