McGill Not-For-Profit Consulting
Welcome back to a new year at the Desautels Faculty of Management!
McGill Not-For-Profit Consulting is happy to start a new year and accept applications from committed students looking to work on meaningful and challenging projects with NGOs in the Montreal community.
About the Program
Student driven. Academically supported. Professionally advised.
The McGill Not-For-Profit Consulting program began in 2008 with the idea that students should have the opportunity to apply lessons from the classroom to the real world while giving back to the Montreal community. The result is a partnership between the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill and experts from two leading global consulting firms, providing committed students with an amazing opportunity to gain real world consulting experience in a supportive environment.
In the program, selected graduate and undergraduate students have the opportunity to work on a project with a local NGO of their choice (for examples, see Past Projects). The program begins in October and ends in April, but is graded solely during the Winter term. Students receive 3 credits for MGPO 434 (Undergraduate) and BUSA 690 (Masters).
From left to right: Mark Bissegger, Vanessa Hirschl, Ethik-BGC representative, Sophia Kadas and Erin Ferraris in 2012