So basically here is my story.
Junior, studying econ with minors in CS and Management. at somewhat prestigious state university(top 20 public school but not near the top of that list) . Consulting is where I wanna be post graduation. Was surprised when Bain came onto campus for OCR but they were there so that gives you an idea.
So i firebombed my way through freshman year engineering, got all C's as a result and changed majors because I wanted to go into "business". I just now have managed to get my gpa to a 3.05 after the last sem so I've finally hurdled the sub 3.0 cutoff. Pretty good semester grades since then with heavy course load and quantitative courses like calc, stats, econ, CS, accounting (3.4/3.5's). I've begun to look at internships and am doing some networking, seen some commercial banking ones, data analyst ones, corpfin ones, even some IT consulting ones. I'll probably get an internship somewhere, but I'm wondering if there is anything in particular that consultants like to see on a resume, other than a consulting internship. Any experiences you guys had with the recruiting process? No need to recommend IB as I will definitely not end up getting an SA offer lol. I've got a nice leadership experience too as a site coordinator at a volunteer tax assistance program on campus.
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