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Back-to-School Consulting Recruiting (3 of 4)

Hello again! In our third Back-to-School post, we’ll discuss resumes, cover letters, and case buddy assignments. As a reminder, these posts are tailored to our undergraduate clients, whose recruiting schedules often follow the below timeline: Mid-September: Resume drop, interview invites, firm case buddy assignments Mid-to-Late September: Round 1 interviews, on-campus Late September – Early October Round 2 interviews, in-office [...]

Back-to-School Consulting Recruiting (3 of 4)

Back-to-School Consulting Recruiting (2 of 4)

In our first Back-to-School post, we explained how to define your personal brand, research your target firms, and determine your casing baseline. This week, we’ll help you prepare for on-campus consulting recruiting events, including info sessions, coffee chats, and case workshops. As a reminder, these posts are tailored to our undergraduate clients, whose recruiting schedules [...]

Back-to-School Consulting Recruiting (2 of 4)

Consulting Interview Dress Code

First impressions are everything. In fact, we form an opinion about a stranger within the first few seconds of meeting. Recruits, therefore, must manage their appearance when networking and interviewing with consulting firms. Drawing upon my experiences as a consulting recruiter, here are five rules of the interview dress code that I recommend for impressing [...]

Consulting Interview Dress Code

Back-to-School Consulting Recruiting (1 of 4)

With Fall consulting recruiting rapidly approaching for undergraduate students, we’ve put together a series of informative posts to help you prepare the right material at the right time during the recruiting cycle. As most universities follow a similar consulting recruiting timeline, we’ll be organizing our posts based on the below schedule: Mid-to-Late August: Semester Starts [...]

Back-to-School Consulting Recruiting (1 of 4)

How to Build a Custom Framework

The consulting case interview can be a daunting task, especially when it involves an unfamiliar industry or business problem. To overcome uncertainty, many recruits begin their analysis by using off-the-shelf frameworks, like the 3 C’s, the 4 P’s, Porter’s 5 Forces, and so on. If these mean nothing to you, don’t worry. They mean nothing [...]

How to Build a Custom Framework