What I want: to get into an okay-average Environmental Engineering, Materials Science, or Physics PhD program. My resume: Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Major 8 months experience with an extremely reputable food and beverage company as a process engineer sort of role. I'm leaving by choice if accepted to grad school. GPA - 3.16 President of a school environmental activism club. 1 year of research experience as a research assistant for a school lab. I also did my own research and presented multiple poster presentation on the subjects in competitions. Member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers Ironman Triathlons finisher Eagle Scout Yada, yada, yada. Anyways, those are the important parts. If you have any institutions to recommend or any advice to give, no matter how harsh, I'd appreciate it below. Thanks for the help, guys.