CCC PROFILE

The Ross School of Business Community Case Competition (CCC) was founded in 1999 with the goal of providing students with opportunities to apply their knowledge, skills and enthusiasm to local non-profit organizations confronting challenging business problems.

Every fall semester, small groups of Ross School of Business students are teamed with Ann Arbor-area non-profits for short-term projects in strategy, marketing, operations, and finance projects that drive fundamental change and propel organizations forward.

CLIENT BENEFITs

Non-profit organizations that engage CCC teams to fulfill projects benefit from the knowledge and problem-solving skills of a dedicated team of students from the Ross School of Business. Each student team works with its client organization to define the project scope, discuss action plans and to schedule the timing of work/deliverables. The team then gathers data, conducts research, analyzes findings, and presents creative and feasible solutions to the client's business problem.

Project clients also benefit from building a relationship with the University of Michigan. It is not unusual for non-profits to conduct more than one project simultaneously or multiple projects over several years.

All projects are completed by Ross School of Business students on a pro bono basis.

How to Sponsor a Project: Please email Communitycc@umich.edu for information.

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PAST PROJECTS

The diversity of CCC's projects and clientele poses a variety of challenges to student volunteers. Over the years, a wide range of non-profit organizations have engaged the club for projects that address problems across every business discipline. Recent clients and projects include:

Adolescent Health Initiative

Alliance for Jewish Renewal (ALEPH): Market research & growth strategy

Ann Arbor Art Center

Ann Arbor Learning Community: Fundraising strategy

American Red Cross (Washtenaw): Marketing strategy

American Lung Association

Arbor Hospice: Growth strategy

Black and Brown Theatre (BBT)

Blood Cancer Foundation

Communities First, Inc

Detroit Food Academy

EcoWorks

Gretchen's House Child Development Centers

Habitat for Humanity

Her World Initiative

HERO of Washtenaw County: Board of Directors development

National Organization for Women: Organizational change

Non Profit Enterprise at Work: Business development

Neutral Zone: Business plan development

Peace Neighborhood Center

Washtenaw Literacy: Tutor registration strategy

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