I am a recent grad of Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, GA. I would like to seek some advice on my resume. I am currently seeking positions at the top tier consulting firms. If you would like to see my target list I will gladly send it to you. Thank you in advance for your advice.
The resume looks fine, though I would consider making some of the information a little more nebulous - the Cornerstone experience makes it look like you "only" processed 1 loan every two months.
Granted, commercial finance is a tough racket and I am betting you had to identify, pitch and close your own prospects, but it might better be reflected as "Generated $9.74M in loans".
"Business evolution" seems a little transparent as an interest -- it's a little hard to swallow. And unless you have some solid historical information to relay, you may want to re-think the "economic history" entry as well.
I would remove Google applications and Adobe Acrobat (which most people tend to think of as "Adobe Acrobat Reader" - a piece of software one only uses to read PDFs with) as they are both of dubious value. I would highlight the Excel and Access experience with some details if possible (can you write macros in VBA? perform vlookups?).
I'd also edit my LinkedIn profile settings -- your public profile shows almost no information (which is where you would land from say, a Google search), though most of the rest of it is good.
I personally feel the first part of the educational narrative is a little long; I'd shorten and rearrange as
Relevant Course Work
I think the real question here is "How can I get an interview with a management consulting firm?" -- which is an entirely different matter. I would take advantage of every job fair, on-campus recruiting event (including those at other schools if possible) and LinkedIn connection. You will not likely enter through a search firm -- we tend not to get the entry level roles unless they are particularly hard to fill.
One last thing: like that of all recruiters, my opinion should be taken with a grain of salt. Though I've read tens of thousands of resumes and have written hundreds of them for candidates, I'm not exactly God's gift to resume writing. Take what you like from what I said, including nothing, and leave the rest.
One man's humble opinion.
Good luck in your search.