Case Interview Workshop: Government and Non-Profit Cases for a Career in Social Impact

Date: 

Monday, September 27, 2021, 6:30pm to 8:00pm

Location: 

Virtual

GSAS Students: Register in Crimson Careers to attend.

 

Can’t miss session for anyone interviewing for government or non-profit consulting jobs/internships!

Join Evan Piekara, Social Impact Expert & Author of Case In Point: Government and Nonprofit and Case In Point: Crafting Your Consulting Career for an interactive case workshop.

 

Are you planning to apply to consulting firms for full-time of summer internship opportunities?

Do the firms to which you’re applying have non-profit and/or government clients? Do you feel not yet quite fully prepared for the case interviews that are a part of interviewing for consulting firms?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, this session is for you!

 

Evan Piekara has spent more than 15 years helping global social impact leaders and doers behind grassroots, world-changing ideas connect and grow their skills. He knows first hand that social impact consulting and roles in government, nonprofit, and corporate social responsibility have their own unique challenges, stakeholders, and opportunities that are often difficult to navigate if you are new to the world of mission-driven business.

 

By the end of this seminar, you will know:

- Interview preparation techniques from someone who has spent time on both sides of the interview table

- Industry tools and information to differentiate you as a candidate

- Frameworks to help you not only ace the case, but also build your consulting toolkit for after you receive the offer

- Resources to help you continue to build and showcase your sustainable impact

 

Register in Crimson Careers to attend. Meeting link will be emailed in advance to registered students.

This event is co-sponsored by Harvard Kennedy School Office of Career Advancement and the Harvard Chan School Office of Career and Professional Development. A limited amount of spots are available to Harvard GSAS students.