Case Interviews are a primary interview technique used by consulting firms as well as private equity, tech, healthcare, and a variety of other industries. With internships and full-time recruiting ramping up, you can’t delay in your preparation. No matter where you interview, you'll want to be case-interview-ready!
The Loeb Center for Career Exploration and Planning has hired Management Consulted to host a 4-hour intensive consulting interview workshop. During this fast-paced, virtual workshop, participants will be challenged to think beyond simple frameworks, participate often, and learn to handle a variety of analytical problems. Jump in to a fast-paced introduction to case interviews (including a live walkthrough!) and work through interactive exercises on:
• Solving the 5 parts of a case
• Case frameworks
• A case walkthrough
• The ultimate practice plan
After the workshop, participants will gain access to Management Consulted’s digital resources, which will help you prepare during the summer. Also, by completing this level 1 workshop, you will be eligible to participate in a more in-depth, level 2 refresher workshop in August/September.
This is an interactive workshop, so bring pen and paper!
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS:
Stephanie Knight: After obtaining an undergrad degree in Mechanical Engineering from Northwestern and working in community development and education in northern Afghanistan, Stephanie received an MBA at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. Post-MBA, she enjoyed her tenure at McKinsey – where she was promoted to Engagement Manager and lived on four continents in the process. She left the firm to advise clients on her own and continues to work with various organizations on strategic planning, operations strategy, and team development.
Jenny Rae Le Roux: Jenny Rae holds a BA (Honors) from the University of Virginia and MBA from Columbia Business School. She joined Bain & Company after traveling around the world, writing a book, working on financial public policy in South Africa, and sailing across the Atlantic Ocean. At Bain, Jenny Rae worked on strategy, private equity, and operations projects in 10 different industries. Since leaving Bain to co-found two tech companies, she has built a family office focused on small media companies and real estate. Jenny Rae lives with her family on a working ranch in Northern California.
ABOUT MANAGEMENT CONSULTED:
Management Consulted is the world’s leading resource on all things consulting, with a focus on case interviews and consulting skill-building. Management Consulted works with 70+ universities every year on consulting prep, including HBS, Columbia Business School, Wharton, London Business School, and more.
REGISTRATION: Please register on Handshake by April 15 to reserve your spot. You will receive a link to the session by April 17.
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Facilitated by Women’s Medical Fund’s Seneca Joyner and Brittany Chung
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March 20 at 3pm EST: Don’t Tell Me to Lose Weight: Navigating and Challenging Medical Fatphobia
Facilitated by Isy Abraham-Raveson
The so-called “obesity crisis” is a fatphobic myth that constructs fatness as a disease that needs to be eliminated for the good of society. In fact, fatness is not correlated to disease, and dieting to lose weight isn’t sustainable and can lead to major health problems. On top of that, this misinformation, along with discrimination and shame, prevents people in large bodies from accessing the healthcare they need. In this workshop we will challenge commonplace myths about fatness and health and develop self-advocacy strategies to use when faced with fatphobia in healthcare settings.
April 17 at 3pm EST: Subverting the Master’s Tools: Effective Strategies for Navigating Racism in Medical Care
Facilitated by Michelle Munyikwa
In this workshop, we will review the concept of medical racism and discuss its implications for folks seeking care in the medical system. After a brief review of the history and politics of racism in American healthcare, we will move on to more applicable concepts. Drawing on the experiences of the presenter and advice from local activist groups, we will discuss concrete strategies for engaging in self-advocacy and advocacy for loved ones navigating a complex, racist system.
May 15 at 3pm EST: Fertile Wounds: An Exploration of Misogyny in Medicine
more information TBD
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