My Path To Coaching
After I received my Morgan Stanley investment banking offer I wanted to relax like the others, but I found a lost first-year that had no idea where to begin his journey. I knew immediately I wanted to make his life easier. The intimidating path of finding your professional calling doesn't have to be difficult or stressful – all it takes is the right guiding hand, and thus I began my coaching.
From that moment, I wanted to help others experience the same growth I did. I became president of our business society (5000+ members) where I brought in Fortune 500 companies and watched countless Bruins experience the transformation I did. But what I enjoyed most was the mentoring; I connected with several more underclassmen and helped them find their path, find their passion, and most importantly, find success and happiness as they all received incredible full-time job offers.
Let me do the same for you. Let me make the confusing time that is college just a little bit easier.
1. UCLA, Most Applied to University, Summa Cum Laude Graduate (4.0/4.0 GPA)
I graduated from UCLA 1 year early where I was president of our business society and VP of our sole club with a student-run investment fund
2. Investment Banking Analyst
I interned with Morgan Stanley’s M&A investment banking team, but I wanted a greater technology focus, so I joined PJT’s (Blackstone spin-off) San Francisco technology group
3. International & Tri-Lingual
Most of my family is in Israel/Argentina (my parents moved here to attend Stanford) which has helped me develop connections across countless countries as well as fluency in Spanish/Hebrew. In terms of international students' recruiting, this is a differentiating factor where I can most help, especially with the competitiveness that visa sponsoring often entails
4. Coach and Mentor
Most importantly, I’m a coach and mentor. At UCLA, I took a handful of underclassmen under my wing and helped them find their calling. Although recruiting in competitive business fields such as investment banking or consulting can seem daunting, I want to take the experiences I’ve gathered, help you find your path, and make it simple
Notable Experience and Achievements