My team lost the election, though it hasn’t been “officially” announced yet. I figure they’ll hammer the nail in the coffin tomorrow. All told (case competitions, leadership elections, exchange program), my win streak at Kellogg has been rather pathetic. It’s too bad that I probably won’t ever have to write another “Describe a time you failed” essay, because I am totally locked and loaded now.
After we learned the results, I sent the new leadership team all of the feedback we received from 2nd years about full-time recruiting. I’m hoping that they’ll be able to use it to put some stuff together this year for our classmates (and who knows, maybe myself) that will be recruiting next fall. They had some interesting ideas, including an overhaul of the 1st-year prep, so there should be some good stuff in the pipeline for all of the incoming students. Oh, and they also have some shared leadership roles with a few other clubs, including the Women’s Business Association, so maybe they’ll find some opportunities for synergastic goodness.
My official role with the Consulting Club is over, though I’m sure that I’ll still help folks out individually whenever I can. I hadn’t really planned on doing anything else next year, so I’m going to just chill for a while and see if I come across anything that interests me. Worst case scenario, I’ll just take advantage of the extra free time to explore Chicago some more.<p>