Embarking on my summer internship with Slalom was not merely stepping into a new role; it was a transformational journey filled with strategy, innovation, and real-world impact. From presenting my findings to the GVP of a Fortune 100 client to kayaking on the Hudson River, every experience was a lesson, and a stepping stone towards a future in management consulting.
My summer in New York was more than a professional journey; it was a transformative life experience. The city shaped me, challenged me, and enlightened me in ways I could never have anticipated. These three months have left an indelible mark on my soul, a treasure trove of wisdom that I carry with me. Thank you, New York, for being not just a city but a wise mentor.
“Suffering from success” is what Onkar teased me as I was feeling overwhelmed, stressed, enthusiastic, puzzled, or a zillion ways, struggling to decide between the options I had. Quick on the heels, had come the harvest; a multiplicity of admits as I diligently cast my net wide to seek entry into the best programs in the chosen discipline. Jubilation aside, I was faced with the most important choice of all – which admit would be the ticket to my dream career?
Here's my honest attempt at revisiting my fantastic journey at PVG’s COET. Like most of you all, I came to the college, getting to know from the rickshawala that it’s not PVG’s COET, but Muktangan. On my first day at college, I hardly knew anyone and was confused because, “Arey bhai, ye college to chalu hote hi khatam ho gaya?”