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Consulting panel on 1/28

You are invited to attend two panels, hosted by the Middlebury Consulting Group and the CCI, that are geared toward students interested in pursuing consulting professionally.

The first panel will consist of current students that interned last summer or will intern this summer at consulting firms such as Kaiser Associates, PwC, and Accenture. The second panel will consist of current students that have accepted full-time offers at consulting firms such as Analysis Group and Bain & Company.

You are welcome to attend only one panel or both.

Join us Monday, January 28 in Hillcrest 103

Intern Panel (5:00-5:45pm)


  •    Isabel Aguirre, Strategy&
  •    Mariana Echeverria, PwC
  •    Matt O’Neal, Accenture
  •    Matt Ravi, Kaiser Associates

Job Panel (5:45-6:30pm)


  •    Justin Ernstig, Cadent Consulting
  •    Isabel Lindsay, Deloitte
  •    Dylan Mortimer, Analysis Group
  •    Molly Paradies, Bain


GeoCivics PAID summer internship in CO with Alum

Are you passionate about redistricting, GIS, community education, and/or grassroots organizing? Join the GeoCivics team at University of Colorado Colorado Springs this summer to help take our work to the next level.

This summer’s intern will work directly with project lead, alum Dr. Rebecca Theobald to identify new partners, test and develop lesson plans, and draft a communications strategy for the program.

Come help communities find a new voice to address gerrymandering.

Apply on Handshake here.

Policy Job at J-PAL Global in Cambridge, MA

The Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) was established in 2003 as a research center at the Economics Department at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Since then, it has grown into a global network of researchers who use randomized evaluations to answer critical policy questions in the fight against poverty. J-PAL’s headquarters (J-PAL Global) and J-PAL North America (one of six regional offices) are both based at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts. We leverage research by affiliated professors from universities across the continent and a full-time staff of researchers, policy experts, and administrative professionals to generate and disseminate rigorous evidence about which anti-poverty social policies work and why.

J-PAL is recruiting Policy Associates to contribute to its mission of promoting evidence-informed policy. This position is based at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, MA.
The Policy Group plays a key role in translating research by J-PAL affiliates into actionable poverty alleviation policies around the world. Staff connect the dots between economics and policy and are passionate about working with organizations to inform development policy.

Deadline is Jan 23.  Apply now in Handshake here.

Hot consulting opportunities:

Check out these hand picked jobs and internships that look really good:

Intern at Analysis Group.  Deadline Jan 14, interviews on campus Jan 28.  Apply here:

Intern at Spencer Stuart.  Deadline Jan 21.  Apply here:

Cyber Summer Associate at Aon.  Deadline Jan 21.  Apply here:

JOB at Lake Partners Strategy Consultants, in Seattle.  Deadline Jan 31.  Apply here:

Cyber Security intern at CrowdStrike.  Deadline Jan 31.  Apply here:

Summer Intern at Russell Reynolds in NYC.  Deadline Jan 31.  Apply here:

Business Analyst JOB at Seurat Group. Deadline Jan 31.   Apply here:

Summer Analyst at McChrystal Group.   Deadline Feb 8.  Apply here:

Research Intern at Brattle Group.  Deadline Feb 15.  Apply here:

Emerging Strategy – 1 job and 2 internships with alum, interviewing on campus

Emerging Strategy is the essential provider of decision support to corporate executives and their support functions who need to drive business results and avoid blind spots in opaque markets. We provide targeted, customized and insightful market intelligence, data and analytics to size addressable market opportunities, determine customer and channel needs, monitor competitors, identify partnership and acquisition opportunities, and avoid commercial and regulatory surprises.

We have two key practice areas: 1) Education Practice: we partner with for-profit and non-profit organizations that market education and learning products and services within the US and internationally, to K-12 and Higher Education institutions, Employers, the Public Sector, and individual Students. 2) International Expansion Practice: we partner with US companies operating in B2B markets globally, with a focus on emerging and frontier markets, in industries including Healthcare, Technology, Mobility / Automotive, Business Services, Industrial Automation and others.

Adil Husain ’01 is on campus and will be interviewing for these positions on Jan 23.  Apply by deadline of Jan 16.

Intern in China:

Intern in DC:

Job as Research Analyst in Shanghai:

Executive Search Firm Spencer Stuart is on campus Friday 1/11 – with alumni

Join us Friday, January 11 at 12:30 pm in Hillcrest 103 to learn about the exciting world of executive search.  Multiple alums will be visiting to share their perspectives.

Spencer Stuart is a global leader in executive search and the adviser of choice to top companies seeking counsel on senior leadership needs. Our clients include leading multinational corporations, medium-sized businesses, entrepreneurial startups and nonprofit organizations across a variety of industries. Founded in 1956 and still privately owned, Spencer Stuart today has 56 offices in 30 countries. Our global reach, leadership in CEO and senior executive searches, and status as the premier firm for board counsel and recruitment give us unparalleled access to the world’s top executive talent.

Check out the summer analyst intern role on Handshake here.

US State Department is visiting campus Friday January 11

Join us Friday, January 11th from 12:45 pm – 1:45 pm in the ADK Library in CCI.

Register to attend here

You can also sign up here for a brief, personal 1:1, 20 minute informational chat with the recruiter on Friday morning.  This is not an interview, just another chance to get your questions answered!

The government shutdown has potential to cause this event to be cancelled.  We are carefully monitoring the situation, and as of the date of this posting, the event is still on.  We will communicate later if the event unfortunately has to be cancelled.

Philip Beekman, Diplomat in Residence for New England, will talk about opportunities for internships, exchange programs, fellowships and careers with the U.S. Department of State. During this information session, Phil will focus on opportunities for domestic and foreign internships with the State Department and will highlight opportunities in the Consular Fellows program. He will also touch on civil service career opportunities, the Pickering and Rangel Fellowship Programs, the Critical Language Scholarship, and the Foreign Service Officer selection process. Phil is based at Fletcher/Tufts University and is also available for individual consultations and can be reached at Further information on Department of State careers can be found at