Guest Speaking: Northeastern University

I was asked by Northeastern’s Consulting and Advisory Student Experience (CASE) club to teach a few virtual sessions on how to approach case interviews. The first session (of four) was on Saturday, and I’m excited to share that not only was turnout fantastic (35 students), but their questions were particularly thoughtful, especially for undergrads. Since the school hasn’t sent large volumes of students to consulting careers, they’re trying to lay the groundwork for future success by getting some fundamentals in place. I hope that my experience building consulting at Johnson can prove helpful to them, and having prepared on my own, I am sympathetic towards those who are trying to get into consulting without an infrastructure supporting them.

I hope to do more such events; it was a lot of fun, and the students seemed to get a lot out of it. Please reach out if you know of other such opportunities!

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