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Consulting is a big umbrella term, and there are a lot of things that can fall into it. Are you interested in management consulting at a big firm that might require travel? Or are you looking for a boutique firm that does healthcare consulting specifically? What about internal consulting where you may work for one company? These are all great questions to ask yourself when exploring the industry. Check out Vault Guides to learn more about the industry and differences between these options.
Many consulting firms will post their internships and jobs on Handshake. You can see which firms are conducing interviews on campus, application deadlines and upcoming events. It’s smart to attend information sessions, Career fairs and other related events to learn more about the company and show your interest in person.
Consulting is unique in how they do interviews. Case interviews are a big part of the process – this is a way for the employer to present you with a business problem you may encounter on the job, and learn more about how you would solve the problem. On the Career Resources section of this page, we have a bunch of resources to get you started in your case prep. Once you’ve read through some materials, it’s time to get some practice with friends. Practice is the most important part of the process, and you can also sign up to do a mock case with your advisor.
On this page, we’ve compiled many resources to help you prepare for a career in consulting. Of particular interest should be our Case Interview Guide, and Management Consulted, which gives you access to 500+ cases, 10K+ case structure & math drills, 8 online video courses, and 11 industry primers.
In our last post, we talked about why it’s important to follow up with the person who introduced you to someone else (after your call with the person you were introduced to). There was a common theme throughout that post: …
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Fill out this form with your contact information and experience with casing. Once students have signed up, you will then be able to access the full list of …
The prodigal host returns! It’s the last episode of the season, and we have Season 1-6 host Mylène Kerschner joining the guys talking about her new role, NFTs, and her switch from education to consulting! Have a good summer!
Have you heard? Penn Career Services offers Summer Funding awards to support select students participating in work experiences that are unfunded or underfunded this summer.
You are invited to apply if you meet the following eligibility requirements:
You are a …
The Vault Guides to Jobs series provides essential information about key careers and industries, with an emphasis on preparing for a career and getting your foot in the door. Each volume is loaded with up-to-date information on industry trends, employment …