FOR UM STUDENTS (updated 11 September 2014):
Thank you for the trememendous interest you have shown this year for our Fall 2014 non-profit consulting projects. The application to join the Community Consulting Club's project teams is now open and the link can be found below.
Membership is open to both BBAs and MBA1s.
Applications are due by.
If you have any questions please reach out to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Application Link: Application Form
Project Descriptions: Project Descriptions
Note: Admittance to the Community Consulting Club is application-only. Please ensure that you do not sign up through CampusGroups or pay any fee until specifically asked to do so. We cannot process and finalize any memberships until the selection process has been completed. Thank you!
FOR NON-PROFITS (updated July 2014):
Thank you for your interest in working with the Community Consulting Club. The application process has for Fall 2014 is now closed.
About the Community Consulting Club
The Community Consulting Club is one of the Ross School of Business's most unique and popular student clubs. Each year, the club oversees 20 to 25 consulting projects that involve Ross students--both MBA and BBA--dedicating their business skills and acumen to helping non-profit organizations in southeastern Michigan address challenges such as strategic planning, marketing, operations, financial management, and human resources. Students gain invaluable experience while local non-profits receive expert business advice that they otherwise would be unable to afford.
What makes the CCC different from other clubs?
The CCC provides a unique combination of training and education, practical consulting experience, and the opportunity to make an impact on the local community.
- CCC is committed to helping non-profit organizations in the southeastern Michigan area, particularly those in Ann Arbor.
- Projects provide typical consulting experience by arranging teams of five or six people of diverse backgrounds to work together to understand the client problem, define the scope of the project, conduct research and analysis, and generate valuable recommendations.
- Members participate in a series of training seminars covering consulting skills and issues unique to non-profits. Training sessions are run by 2nd year MBAs and guest lecturers.
- Each CCC team is paired with a full-time consultant who acts as mentor and advisor throughout the project. Groups have weekly meetings as well as one-on-one interaction with their consultant mentor.