Who We Are

The Tri-Institutional Consulting Club comprises students and post-docs from Rockefeller University, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Weill Cornell Medical College. Our goal is to provide support to our members, whether they are at an early stage of exploring management or life sciences consulting or are planning for their next career step. To this end, we hold several informational events about consulting and create networking opportunities to interact with industry professionals and club alumni, who are willing to share their unique experiences. We also seek to provide resources and personal development services that are necessary for success in consulting interviews. Some of the services we offer to our members include:

1. Consulting firm informational sessions
2. Weekly case practices
3. Opportunities to work pro bono with local companies
4. Case interview workshops and consulting bootcamps
5. Consulting industry showcases in collaboration with NYU
6. Networking events

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2 Responses to Who We Are

  1. Margarida Teixeira says:

    Hello, I’m a postdoc at Einstein and since unfortunately our consulting club is no more active, I would like to know if I can starting to attend this consulting events. Thank you

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    • Hi Margarida.
      Usually we have case practice every Thursday on Floor A in the Rockefeller University Library, Welch Hall from 7-8pm.
      Please check our calendar to be sure there is not last minute cancelation. We will add your email to our mail list.
      All the best,
      Marlene
      Tri-I Consulting Group

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