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Consulting Diversity Bootcamp at Kearney

Kearney is happy to announce our virtual Undergrad Diversity Bootcamp is October 1-2!

The Kearney Undergrad Diversity Boot Camp aims to provide rising juniors of Black, Latinx, and Native American backgrounds with two days of learning about the firm, networking with Kearney consultants, and participating in case interview prep. Program participants will also be invited to interview for Kearney’s 2021 Summer Analyst Program! This will be a great opportunity to prepare and get to know the firm.

We encourage students across all majors to apply. This is a great opportunity to learn about the career path, while also preparing for an interview for a paid summer position.

The application is available at the link below. Deadline is September 13.


We also are hosting a webinar to provide more information on September 10th from 7:15pm-8:00pm CDT. Register using the link below:


If you have any questions about Kearney or the undergraduate bootcamp, please feel free to contact Kristen Robinson (Kristen.robinson@kearney.com) or Kristen Love (Kristen.love@kearney.com).

About Kearney

From day one, you will make a difference at Kearney. We promise immediate impact and growing advantage to our clients—and that same promise rings true for our people. You will work with peers to help our clients solve their most mission-critical issues as you expand your capabilities and pursue your passions. The rich, diverse backgrounds of our consultants have a direct impact on what our teams accomplish with our clients every day—a dynamic that has defined our culture for more than 90 years. Together, we drive meaningful results while growing lasting, transformational advantages.

We serve our clients by leveraging two dynamic teams of consultants: (1) general management consultants and (2) consultants in our Strategic Operations group. General management consultants address a broad range of strategic and operational issues to help our clients resolve their most pressing challenges. Consultants in Strategic Operations help clients address specific issues related to procurement and supply management or those that require innovative analytic solutions. Both teams work collaboratively to deliver forward-thinking value to companies worldwide.

One Door Closes, Another Virtual One Opens

While the pandemic has halted many in-person opportunities, it has also popularized virtual activities.

Conferences, information sessions, and other learning opportunities are one click away and offer valuable career information and advice. Here are some ways to take advantage of these activities.

1. Check Handshake and turn on email notifications

As most students know, Handshake helps students discover and explore internships, jobs, and organizations. However, it also has details for many events that are personalized to your specific career interests. By turning on notifications, you will be kept in the loop with anything that you may want to pursue a career in.

2. Read and subscribe to the CCI blogs

The CCI filters and features a multitude of opportunities regularly on THIS website. Posts will give details about information sessions and provide other valuable job postings. Subscribe by scrolling down to “CareerPath Sign Up” on the left side of any specialization. Fill in your information and check off all of your career interests.

3. Look Beyond

If you have a specific field or company you hope to work for, research it! You may be surprised at all the information that is being conveyed via online sessions. Additionally, many conferences have also pivoted from in-person to digital, causing them to be available at little or no cost.

If you are not familiar with the professional organizations in your field, look up “*field of interest* companies” or talk with a professor or CCI advisor.

Wall Street Journal Memberships are Available

Middlebury College has partnered with The Wall Street Journal to provide sponsored memberships to all students, faculty and staff, and we want to ensure that you are taking advantage of the benefits and valuable career resources available to you.

Activate Membership
Please activate your membership at WSJ.com/ActivateMiddlebury.

The WSJ Student Hub
Along with unlimited access to WSJ.com, the Student Hub, featured at students.wsj.com, is a place for students to find curated content on professional development, job prep, work/life balance and personal finance—all vital topics in this uncertain time.

The WSJ Jobs Summit
Join the WSJ on September 1 for the inaugural WSJ Jobs Summit, a new event where WSJ will provide those looking for insight on the current job market with actionable, credible guidance during these uncertain times. The event is designed specifically with students and college faculty in mind, and will cover topics ranging from how to nail the virtual interview to advice from companies in hiring mode. Register for the event here.

Kearney – Info session about consulting with Midd grad

Tuesday, September 1 at 4 pm.  Click HERE to register in Handshake and get the Zoom link

This virtual event will be a conversation with a Midd grad to learn about the business analyst role.  Both jobs and internships.  Open to all students and all majors.  Upcoming deadlines are in September so plan now to help yourself stand out in the application process.

McKinsey Info Session with 3 alumni on 8/27

Check out this McKinsey information Session with alumni talking about their work in consulting.

Tuesday, August 27 at 4 pm EST.

This virtual event will be a conversation with several Midd grads to learn about the business analyst role and the journey they took after Midd.  Both jobs and internships.  Open to all students and all majors.  Upcoming deadlines are in September so plan now to help yourself stand out in the application process. Check Handshake for the registration and Zoom link soon.

Important Upcoming Consulting Events and Deadlines

I’ve tried to highlight for you some significant employer activity below. Always check Handshake for the most up to date info, but this should be a handy start. Good luck!

McKinsey, Business Analyst JOB due Sept 7: Apply here

McKinsey, Business Analyst INTERN for 2021 due Sept 13: Apply here

McKinsey, Sophomore Diversity INTERN, due Oct 4: Apply here

Brattle Group, Research Analyst JOB, due September 9. Apply here.

Kearney, Business Analyst JOB due Sept 10: Apply here

Kearney, Business Analyst INTERN for 2021, due Oct 4: Apply here

Seurat Group, Business Analyst JOB, due September 15. Apply here

Trinity, Life Sciences Associate Consultant JOB deadline is Sept 16. Apply here. Also plan to attend the info session on Sept 15. RSVP here

Kaiser Associates, Information session on September 22. RSVP here

Charles River Associates, Information Session on October 6. RSVP here

Stay tuned for more coming from Cadent Consutling Group, Compass Lexecon, Analysis Group and others.