I've been on this forum for a few years now and the advice I've gotten in regards to recruitment this past year was instrumental in my ability to land interviews/superdays these past few weeks. That being said, some advice would be appreciated moving forward as I feel "stuck" in my pursuit of making it into IB.
Some background on myself: I transferred to a very strong semi-target (Wake Forrest, UNC, Kelly) this semester as a Junior. Through networking and a little bit of luck, I interviewed with almost every bank and PE firm that recruits on campus and even made it to a number of superdays despite having a relatively low GPA on my resume. At this point, I am without an offer and a bit discouraged as I still have my eyes set on IB.
I know a lot of threads like this exist and I can ensure you this isn't another WSO sob story. With this year's recruiting timeline being so early, I am unsure what my options really are and if I should I already be considering alternative career paths. I've already begun networking for full-time opportunities for next year and reaching out to local boutiques in my hometown but if anyone has any advice, in the context of this years recruitment climate, it would be much appreciated.
Also.. if anyone here needs any advice on transferring schools for IB reasons feel free to PM me as I would love for others to learn from my mistakes and experiences.