Undergraduate Impact Consulting Fellowship
Our 10-week fellowship provides highly qualified and motivated undergraduates with unparalleled exposure to client work for thought-leading organizations that are integrating their profits and purpose. You'll be paired with a current MBA fellow and assigned to help with a practical consulting project on behalf of a social impact client. It’s the ultimate summer internship combined with 150+ hours of training from industry experts, and you’re sure to form long-lasting connections with peers, mentors and potential employers.
Our undergrad fellowship will be held in both New York City and Raleigh, North Carolina.
$3800 in New York City, NY
$2800 in Raleigh, NC
*Tuition covers all program-related expenses including training materials. It does not include housing, food, transportation, and other auxiliary expenses.
Applications close on June 4th, 2018.
NYC: June, 2018- August, 2018
Raleigh: June, 2018- August, 2018
HOW IT WORKS?
The fellowship takes place over 10 weeks during the summer of 2018, with the opportunity for continued engagement throughout the year.
3 days a week you’ll spend with your MBA mentor working on a consulting project for one of our 60+ partner social impact organizations.
Projects include impact measurement assessments, growth hacking plans, earned income strategies, financial modelling & business development plans.
2 days a week you’ll spend alongside your fellow undergraduate participants learning about the social impact sector. You’ll also receive personal and professional development training.
2 STAGE APPLICATION PROCESS
- Submit Questionnaire + Resume
- Phone Interview
If you have any questions along the way, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What you'll walk away with
Hear from our past undergrads
As an undergrad at Dartmouth, Ashley worked alongside an MBA Fellow for the summer to support an early stage social venture creating a ‘high-impact hotel’ concept of tourism that was not only environmentally and socially responsible, but designed to ADD value to the communities in which it operates. Since graduating, Ashley has been working for Cambridge Associates’ Mission-Related Investing as a Senior Investment Associate.
After his junior year at Dickinson, Alex worked alongside an MBA Fellow to design an accelerator program for startups using mobile technology to advance human development. The program was adopted by the GSMA, an international industry association for mobile operators. Now, Alex is creating a Data Analytics team in the office of the Chief Financial Officer of the US Department of Education.