BECOME A CONSULTANT
Our consultants are composed of a diverse and talented group of UBC students who work in teams to provide effective solutions to our clients. Find out if consulting is the right path for you!
180 UBC prides itself in giving UBC students valuable experiences in the consulting industry. By being a student consultant, you can:
Learn about the consulting industry and experience what it’s like being a consultant
Receive training from professionals and alumni from prestigious consulting firms
Apply your degree-specific knowledge, skills, and personal strengths to real world problems
Applications for consulting roles at 180 UBC for the 2020-21 academic year are now closed. Please check back in late November for information about consultant hiring for Term 2.
Are you interested in becoming a UBC 180 Degrees executive? As an executive, you will have the opportunity to:
Play an important role in running an organization with tremendous social impact
Gain insight in the consulting industry and discover your field of interest
Apply your skills and knowledge in organizational management, event planning, finance, marketing, and/or communications
Be a part of the growing 180 UBC community
Executive positions are not always open to applications. When a position does need to be filled, however, we will list the posting below and notify students via our communications channels.
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Our mentors play a critical role in the value chain of creating social impact in our communities. Mentors coach students through the consulting engagement via a monthly check-in.
Mentor, Cascadia Partners
In consulting, it’s always good to give back to new and aspiring consultants because at one time you gained something in the same way. As professionals, we need to build an open-door culture where we can always support each other, not only because it reinforces a strong network, but also because it is deeply tied to the values of our profession. It was also enjoyable working with people whom once were in your shoes – I find it a relatable experience that kind of takes me back to my student years.
I enjoy doing consulting projects because everyone is different, every client is different, every problem is different. I enjoy seeing the work [the 180DC consultants] are doing and how to help. Seeing that value, I think, helps sharpen myself as well. It’s always exciting to see people much smarter and further ahead than I was when I was that age.