Career Center

SoMCC Series



Management Consulting Preparation Group and Programming

Presented by:  

Global leaders in the Management Consulting industry


Sponsored by:   The School of Medicine Career Center

Dates:   Thursdays, August 11-September 22


Li Ka Shing Center, Room 101, 120, or 130

Event details:  

For Graduate and Medical Students, Post Docs, and Residents interested in the Management Consulting industry, the School of Medicine Career Center’s Consulting Preparation Group provides continuing updates on related programming, company events, and resources, as well as opportunities to connect with peers interested in starting case interview practice groups.   

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A quarterly series which provides an overview of the functions performed and most essential skills used by clinicians and life scientists across a variety of professional settings.

Management Consulting Program Overview  – The School of Medicine Career Center is pleased to host global leaders in the management consulting industry in preparation for the recruiting season.  Through site visits, case study practice with experienced alumni, and networking with consultants from top tier firms, you will gain insight into management consulting culture, application/interview requirements, and the skills required to excel in the profession.

Applying with Intention: Submitting Consulting Materials that Stand Out, 8/11: LKSC 101
Kip Webb, MD/MPH, Partner, Health and Life Sciences, Accenture

Make Your Case: Preparation and Practice for Consulting Case Interviews
Company representatives include:

BCG - August 18, 2011: LKSC 101
Robert Hollowell, MD, Project Leader

L.E.K. - August 25, 2011: LKSC 120
David Cavanaugh, MBA, Manager; Joseph Kielec, PhD, Senior Life Sciences Specialist

Bain Consulting - September 1, 2011: LKSC 101
Jim Audet, MD, MBA, Director of Partner Opperations

McKinsey & Company - September 8, 2011: LKSC 130

Accenture - September 15, 2011: LKSC 101
Kip Webb, MD/MPH, Partner, Health and Life Sciences


Impression Management: Preparation and Practice for Consulting Behavioral Interviews, 9/22
Presenter: Stephanie K. Eberle, Assoicate Director, School of Medicine Career Center

Seminar topics include:


    Additional information:  

    These programs are open and free to all Stanford ID holders

    For additional consulting resources, visit the SoMCC library. Questions?

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