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Collection of career goals in Finance: Investment Banking and Private Equity: Long and Short term career tracks in Finance for Harvard, Stanford and Wharton applicants


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Just about every b-school is gonna ask: “If we give you an MBA, what are you gonna do with it?”
Unfortunately, the answer isn’t always easy. As much as applicants want to say that their decision to get an MBA at Stanford is all part of an ironclad 20-year plan full of salary graphs, promotion charts, and the home phone numbers of all their intended future bosses… yeah. Most of the time, it’s not.
There’s no shame in not having it all figured out. But ultimately, the admissions committee is gonna remember the candidate who wants to do “corporate finance management for a media conglomerate like Time Warner” more than they’re gonna remember the candidate who wants to do “something rewarding.”
The good news is that most people go into the application process with some kind of plan. If you literally have no idea why you want to go to business school, you might want to take a step back and reflect. Maybe you’re thinking, “I want to transition into Finance.”
The big key is that an applicant be passionate about SOMETHING (something other than pineapple-jalapeño pizza or Ryan Gosling movies), even if they don’t know what to do with that passion yet. The applicants included here know that the goals essay is just the first draft of a Life Plan. It’s not a contract — no Goals Essay Review Board is going to revoke an MBA if the graduate isn’t in the job they said they’d be in after graduation. But nor is it an exploration session, where candidates wander
aimlessly through a field of possibilities for 500 words. Pick one potential plan, based on your passions and vague intentions, and tell that story.
What do all the essays below have in common? They lay out ambitious end goals, show us their VISIONS for the future, and take us through how they’ll get there.
Let’s take a look

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