“Easing transition between graduate life and a successful consulting career”

Consulting Club at MIT (CCM)

The Consulting Club at MIT aims to facilitate a seamless transition from graduate school to a successful career in management consulting, through awareness, skill building and networking.

CCM consists of a vibrant community of 500 student members and 60 alumni members.

Making graduate students aware that consulting exists and represents an interesting career opportunity for them is key in the club success. The club organizes discussion panels, firm info session and produces documents so that the members can learn more about the consulting industry

Helping graduate students improve their resume, interview skills and business knowledge is very important for us. The club facilitates resume critique workshops, business discussion events, case interview practice sessions and the famous MIT vs. Harvard Case Competition in collaboration with the Harvard Graduate Consulting Club

Providing graduate students opportunities to meet with potential employers and future colleagues is part of the CCM experience. Social interaction and networking are essential for a successful consulting career. Therefore, the club is working in collaboration with other organizations in the Boston area to give graduate students the chance to network and socialize with people with similar interests
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