My university does not have OCR, and I leveraged a contact in my alumni network who agreed to arrange some Superdays for me in Toronto in 6 weeks (he is an MD, and head of fixed income at a BB, and well connected with other BBs). Moreover he said his bank would take care of my accommodations.
This is obviously a valuable opportunity he is giving me, and I want to stay in touch with him leading up to actually meeting in Toronto in 6 weeks, to ensure that everything goes smoothly.
I sent him an email following our conversation with my resume & cover letter for him to review before applying to their analyst program. Then I sent him a follow up email the next Monday morning to check in.
The problem is that I haven't gotten a response either time, and I really want to ensure this goes as well as possible. It has been 14 days since our call now, and I am starting to get concerned.
What should my next step be?
Should I pick up the phone and call him after the market closes?
Should I email him again?
Should I wait it out for his response?
Also, the guy is a complete ghost - and there's zero information about him online. All I have is his email & phone #.