You are on your way to a strong application for sure. The recognition at work will bode well for you, and I would recommend you continue to seek leadership opportunities at work which will provide team-working situations and complex problem solving scenarios. Your grades and GMAT are great. Being involved in your community will be a natural fit for your target schools too, so keep that going, particularly in the areas you are most passionate and most deeply engaged. B-schools like to see a theme in your involvement and a deep and meaningful contribution instead of random volunteer work, for example, which fails to demonstrate any real conviction or commitment. I think your story and credentials will be attractive to Tepper, Ross and Kellogg, and you might also include Duke, Virginia and Cornell in the mix as well. I don't see a reason why Booth or Sloan would be off the list either. Your GPA is a bit low, but not in the pool of engineering applicants and especially considering UMICH is a top 10 engineering university, your credentials should be more than enough to impress the committees. I would even expect some scholarship offers assuming you have a well articulated vision in your application. Most scholarships are merit based, and your GMAT should put you on the radar for these types of awards. Keep up the good work and let us know if you need help pulling it together.
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