MBA Candidate Profile - Feedback

<p>I'm looking for some constructive criticism and realistic feedback regarding important next steps in my career. More specifically achieving my MBA in Real Estate / Finance. </p>

<p>I am currently working in Manhattan, willing to explore targeted and achievable MBA options, yielding attractive ROI. Below is the list of my academic and professional experiences.</p>


<p>EDUCATION: </p>

<p>Ithaca College Graduate - 2011
Business Administration - Marketing / Finance
3.01 Overall GPA
Varsity Football Captain
-US Veterans Volunteer </p>

<p>WORK EXP:</p>

<p>1 year at the NYC Carpenters Union, selling labor and materials for commercial construction job sites. Quota of 1.2 million achieved </p>

<p>1 year at Ricoh Americas Corporation - #3 rep in US division w/ documented sales results of 2.2mm </p>

<p>1 year (current) Commercial Manufacturing - Manufacturing representative, selling nylon and textiles through four different channels... Dealers, architects, end users and commercial real estate managers. </p>

<p>GRE: 600</p>

<p>MBA Reasoning/Goal: </p>

<p>I plan to use my MBA in the commercial real estate marketplace in NYC, growing current sales and networking. I understand the costs, trades, time frames and coordination associated with commercial spaces, attaining functional design. </p>

<p>My goal is to use my knowledge of these processes to evaluate the financial metrics of real estate and pitch properties to investors (long-term goal). </p>


<p>I am interested in PT / MBA Programs that my company will pay for. ZICKLIN seems realistic. It seems likely I will be shut out of STERN & CBS. Thoughts / suggestions on programs that will fit well?! </p>

<p>Any & all feedback is much appreciated, thanks! </p>

<p>Looking at your profile,Part Time Rutgers and Zicklin may be your best bet.</p>

<p>Thanks for the feedback, that’s what I figured. Seems like Zicklin has a more reputable program. </p>