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Candidate:

Mr. Midwest Engineer

About Me:

I’m currently a facades engineer looking to make a jump into business operations management or supply chain management for an global consumer products company like Unilever or Proctor and Gamble. I’m attracted to the European schools to make an international career move, but am somewhat hesitant with the current situation.

Details:

Undergrad School: Ivy League

Undergrad Major: Civil Engineering

GPA: 3.7

GMAT: 750

Age: 29,  Ethnicity: White

Other Degree/Certification: Professional Engineer License

Extracurriculars: LGBT Organization for Engineers & Architects

Work History:

Title: Project Engineer

Industry: Structural engineering

Company: Boutique Firm

Length of Employment: 6 yrs, 3 mos

Title: Office Engineer

Industry: Construction Management

Company: Top Firm

Length of Employment: 1 yr, 8 mos

Big Life Wins:

I was 1 of 2 engineers to move from our midwest office to NYC to open a new branch. I helped grow the office from 2 to 5 employees with revenue growth of 240k to 900k over 4 years.
I’ve had a physical impact on the NYC skyline, with a number of buildings throughout the city (and country) that I can point to and say, I engineered that skyscraper.

Post MBA Goal:

I’m looking to make a jump into business operations management or supply chain management for a global consumer products company like Unilever or Proctor and Gamble. I enjoy data analytics and decision making. I also would like to move to a company with an international presence, allowing me to work abroad (preference for Europe or NZ/Aus).

Schools:

Target School: MIT Sloan

Status: Open

Considering: London Business School, MIT Sloan, INSEAD

Odds:

The Experts Rate The Odds At: 50%

  • Stratus Admissions Counseling | Odds Assessment: 50%

    Mr. Midwest Engineer – Thanks for posting your profile. Susan Cera here from Stratus.

    I come from a family of structural/civil engineers and am always thrilled to see someone who has pursued this path over other more flashy engineering roles!

    Congrats on the solid stats – these will position you well for success at LBS and other top programs. I suspect that at a boutique engineering firm you may not have had formal promotions so it will be important for your application materials (recommendations included) to show how you have growth and taken on bigger responsibilities over time.

    Stratus has partnered with Out4Undergrad for a number of years and I’m always thrilled to see folks like yourself who are commited to these types of communities and increasing the …

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The Community Currently Rates The Odds At: 90%

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