Ethan Gleberman ’20

Ethan Gleberman

Education:
BBA in Management Information Systems

Internship:
Deloitte Consulting; Dallas, TX
Business Technology Analyst – Summer Scholar
May 2019 – August 2019

Entry-Level Position:
Deloitte Consulting; Pittsburgh, PA
Business Technology Analyst
October 2020 – Present

What extracurricular activities were you involved in at Texas A&M?  

Kappa Sigma Fraternity – President, Vice President, Secretary, Philanthropy Chair
Interfraternity Council – Vice President of Public Relations
Student Organization Accountability Board – Member
Fish Camp – Counselor (2018 and 2019)
Texas A&M Consulting Group – Member
Big Event – Staff Member

Did you participate in an internship?  

Between my junior and senior years, I interned with Deloitte Consulting in Dallas.  As a summer scholar, I was transitioned into an ongoing project and tasked with creating deliverables for the client.  Thanks to my MIS education, I was fully capable of assisting with the implementation of a global cloud software package.

What was your favorite MIS-related course at A&M?  

My favorite MIS course was ISTM 250 with Dr. Becker.  He was one of my favorite professors at Texas A&M, and his teaching methodology for this class was incredibly hands-on and helpful.  ISTM 250 was my first introduction into the MIS curriculum, and after completing the class I was sold on the program.

What do you feel was the most beneficial course you took?  

ISTM 320 and ISTM 420 played the most crucial roles in my internship.  The material that I learned from 320 such as systems designs and the knowledge of consulting I gained from 410 were directly applicable to what I did in my internship and what I will do in my future career.

Describe your career and what led you to find your first professional job.  

I am a Business Technology Analyst, or a technology consultant.  I assist clients with large software implementations to improve their business systems.  I enjoy the opportunities that consulting affords and the ability to apply my education to the workforce.

Any specific advice you would give to current MIS students?  

The MIS program at Texas A&M produces the most diverse and capable students.  No matter what your focus is, there is a niche opportunity for you to find a future career with this degree.  Seek out your interests and develop skills that will be applicable in the future.  Diversify your knowledge and the world will be your oyster.