Inquisitive minded person. Highly active member of community on school, competing in the robotics team, writing a textbook for a Saturday school program in the poor backlands and being elected President of Student Government. Interned at an EdTech funded by Y-Combinator and joined McKinsey to learn about different industries.
Undergrad School: Top engineering school in the country
Undergrad Major: Electronic Engineering
GPA: 8 of 10
Age: 24, Ethnicity: Hispanic or Latino
Extracurriculars: Elected Student Government President, Head of Press and Promotion (Led student-run newspaper and Student Government communications), Robotics competition team member (Placed 3rd on Latin American Robotics Competition)
Title: Business Analyst
Company: Top Firm
Length of Employment: 2 yrs, 3 mos
Title: Business Intelligence Intern at Y-Combinator funded EdTech
Length of Employment: , 6 mos
Placed at top 5% of consultants in performance evaluations at McKinsey; Influenced school administration to uphold universal housing policy despite budget cuts as well as modernize academic regulations and assisted students in academic/personal matters as Student Government President; Led revival of student-run newspaper as Head of Press.
I think I already got what I intended out of my experience at McKinsey and I want to move on to entrepreneurship. I have always been passionate about technology and would like to start a deep tech company applying artificial intelligence to biomedical applications.
Target School: Stanford GSB
Considering: Harvard, MIT Sloan
Invited to Interview: Harvard, MIT Sloan
A few things (we have very similar backgrounds – I think you have a great shot!) – If you placed top 5%, why haven’t you been promoted to Associate / EM? – Have you done any AI-related projects at McKinsey / QuantumBlack? If so, mention in application
The only blemish is the undergrad isn’t top-tier, but I don’t think that’ll matter too much! You should definitely get an interview.
Jeff earned his BA in American Studies at Yale. Jeff worked as an Associate at VO2 Partners, a private equity firm focused on health and wellness ... View Featured Coach
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