Hey everyone, longtime lurker, first time poster here. I'm a student veteran, studying economics and finance, currently in my final year at a top public uni (think UNC-Chapel Hill, UT Austin, U-Mich, UVA, etc). I have fortunate enough to secure two job offers for after graduation. One is withfor their Operational Finance Rotation Program, which is pretty new; the other is Microsoft for their which I hear is very well regarded. I am also in the process of interviewing with GE FMP, I originally had a lined up with them but had to cancel and reschedule due to having two exams on the same day and my professors not letting me take those on another day; haven't heard back from GE on when they will interview me.
I pretty much wanted to see if I could get some advice on what offer to go with, or if I should hold out and shoot for GE. My goal is to get into an M7 MBA program, with my top choice being Harvard. I was also thinking of working for one of these companies from 1-2 years and try to lateral into consulting ator a good 2nd tier, like , etc. to give a better chance at M7 MBA. Which of these do you guys think would give me the best chance of achieving that?
About me, I previously did four years enlisted in the military before going to college, have some pretty good internships with(back/middle office) and (tax consulting) and am also 1st generation Hispanic-American if that makes any difference. Thank you very much in advance, hope to hear from you all soon