Club Spotlight: Tuck Consulting Club

Guest Student Contributor, July 16, 2014 | 0 comments
Tags: community, first year, career, Social and Extracurricular, recruiting, internship, Clubs and Activities, career development office, second year, alumni, Career Trek, consulting

The Tuck Consulting Club is a student-run organization serving students pursuing careers in management, strategy, health care, and organization consulting.  The club has two primary objectives; to help students pursue careers in consulting, and to serve as a point of contact between Tuck students interested in consulting and the greater community. 
 

The club fulfills its objective by:

  • Helping members understand what consultants do
  • Hosting activities to connect students with firms and their peers
  • Providing resources and opportunities to prepare for consulting interviews


The club plans a number of events and activities during the school year:

  • Panel discussion with recent Tuck graduates working in consulting
  • Introductory course on case interviewing for first-year students
  • Refresher course on case-interviewing for second-year students
  • Recruiting trek to Boston and potentially other locations
  • Résumé reviews
  • Mock interviews and case-interview preparation marathons
  • Brown bag lunches with second-year students who have completed internships with firms
     

Hard work paying off…

“The Tuck consulting club gave me all the tools and training necessary to recruit successfully at the major consulting firms. The consulting club contributed to my success in a wide range of capacities, ranging from the case books / other resources we were provided, to the administrative support throughout the recruiting season, to (especially) the countless hours that club members dedicated to teaching frameworks and practicing mock interviews.”

- Amanda Grosse T’15
 

"The tremendous help I received from the consulting club - prep material, case workshops, one on one case prep with the seniors - is the only reason I was successful in my summer recruiting. The club did a great job of exemplifying Tuck's close knit and helpful culture."

- Ankit Sood T’15
 

"The Consulting Club was the vehicle to put me in touch with second years and fellow classmates to practice my interviews and secure offers in two major firms"

- Pablo Segovia Smith T’15







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