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Thanks to everyone that attended Friday’s Boston Consulting Group (BCG) Alumni Referral and Prep Program Overview!
As a next step, applications for this exciting opportunity are due tomorrow (Wed 4/18 at 11:59pm).
Current Sophomores: Apply for Summer 2019 Internship opportunities using BentleyLink ID #50330
Current Juniors: Apply for Full-Time opportunities (Summer 2019 Start-Date) using BentleyLink ID #50331
Then don’t miss the Boston Consulting Group’s Alumni Referral and Prep Program Overview featuring two Bentley alumni!
This event will be held on Friday, April 13th from 11am-12pm in the Trading Room (Smith 226). Join us to learn more about this exceptional opportunity for Bentley Juniors and Sophomores!
This is our final video in the Cultivating a Consultant series! We hope you enjoyed the series!
In the video, Alex talks about how hard work, timing and luck are all factors in your consulting job or internship search.
For our Bentley students, the timing is great, because one of your next steps should be to RSVP for our BCG Alumni Referral and Prep Program Overview event on Friday, April 13th at 11am in the Trading Room (Smith 226). …
Please enjoy the fifth video and associated commentary in our Cultivating a Consultant video series!
As mentioned in the video, the behavioral section of an interview accounts for 50% of the hiring decision. The main reason why the behavioral interview is so important in consulting is that the work is very dynamic, requires lots of team work, and teams changes every time a project is over (every ~3 to 6 months).
There are four main factors that consulting firms take …
Have you thought about a career in Consulting? Did you know that successfully completing a Case Interview likely stands between you and the potential offer of your dreams?
Join us for an engaging and interactive Case Interview Workshop on Fri, March 23rd to learn more about the daunted case interview and how you can prepare yourself for success! This is truly an area that requires preparation and practice and if you think you can “wing it” during a Case Interview, …