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I grew up in an agricultural community in a low-income family in central California. As a first-generation college student, I had a transformative experience in college that left me business-driven and service-oriented. Wanting to give back, I did Teach for America in Hawaii. Since then, I have been an Associate at L.E.K. Consulting.
Target School: Stanford GSB
Considering: Kellogg SOM, Harvard, Yale
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Application Status: Open
Undergrad School: Brigham Young University
Undergrad Major: Economics
Other Degree/Certification: Secondary Mathematics Education Certificate
School Name: Johns Hopkins Graduate School of Education
International trip host for A Child's Hope Foundation (improving sustainability in orphanages) | President of Economics Student Association during undergrad | 2-year bilingual church volunteer in Buenos Aires, Argentina, President of Economics Student Association during undergrad, 2-year bilingual church volunteer in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Length of Employment: 1 yr, 1 mos
Title: Teach for America
Company: Major NGO/NPO
Length of Employment: 2 yrs, 1 mos
As a first-year Math teacher through Teach for America, my students scored the highest out of the 15 Math teachers at my school on the state exam with a 69% proficiency rate (compared to a state average of 25%). In my second year of teaching, I was given higher-need students and achieved the highest level of Math growth out of my entire school.
With my newfound business resources and passion for education, I will seek to positively impact the educational consulting sector as a clear leader in education reform to meet the educational needs our society desperately deserves. I will start this path through a major consultancy’s educational arm.
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