I'm a junior with a summer internship as a technology Analyst at Goldman this summer (Computer Programming some Applications for PWM). I've always wanted to do a more business-oriented career, I studied Information Systems because I enjoyed the course material, industry (tech), and hard programming skills.
I'm having a bit of an anxiety attack about being able to get into a top 15/20 MBA Program in the future. Would staying in Goldman Tech be a good option or should I shoot for a different career path for full-time recruiting this coming fall. Am I too late to jump into a management-consulting position post grad? (Doesn't have to be MBB, but second-tier)
-BYU-- Information Systems, 3.69 (will be 3.7+ after fall semester, I'm done with the killer programming courses)
-Goldman Sachs Summer Technology Analyst
-2 Internships as a Data Analyst
-Part-Time Web Developer
-Started a small web-development company while in School this past year