Mr. Deferred Hispanic Engineer
Hello! I am currently in the last year of my undergraduate studies and applying to deferred admission MBA programs. I have completed three co-op rotations in a variety of roles including manufacturing, quality, and process engineering. I have accepted a post-graduation role with a Fortune 100 aerospace firm (Boeing/LM).
Please let me know if there are things I can do to strengthen my application or any other schools I should consider. Any sort of feedback would be appreciated! Thank you!
Undergrad School: Top 50 Public University
Undergrad Major: Chemical Engineering
Age: 22, Ethnicity: Hispanic or Latino
Extracurriculars: Social Media Committee for Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, Member of Omega Chi Epsilon Honor Society, Member of American Institute of Chemical Engineers
Title: Quality Engineering Co-Op
Company: Fortune 500
Length of Employment: 2 yrs, 5 mos
Title: Process Engineering Co-Op
Industry: Power / Energy
Length of Employment: 6 mos
Big Life Wins:
Worked part-time my entire college career while studying full-time in order to support myself. As a co-op with F500 aerospace company, exceeded expectations, trained 12 new hires, and cut onboarding time in half. Helped organize a large regional conference for SHPE with hundreds of attendees. Will be first in the family to attend graduate school.
Post MBA Goal:
I would like to leverage my technical background and work with a tech company, possibly as a PM. Also considering consulting or startups. Down the line, I would like to move into a strategy or director role and foster early career development. I would also like to donate my time to mentor underrepresented groups and serve as a role model.