Be a consultant for our Term 2 projects!
180 Degrees Consulting offers you the unique opportunity to combine your interest in Consulting with doing something good.
We work together with local and international charities and NGOs who want to improve their strategies and make their work more efficient, in order to reach their goals and to make the impossible possible. To make these projects happen we need motivated, driven people who know the value of NGOs and charities and who are willing to get involved. To get the most out of it for both you and our project partners, student consultants get free training provided by consulting companies to prepare you for the project.
Apply now to get your chance working as a consultant in Term 2!
You'll be working on a project, helping social-impact organisations and charities to e.g. improve their business model or do market research.
While we provide you with professional training to give you the tools for doing a high-class job, you will be able to make a difference for society, by helping the people who make people's lives better.
Also, you will be guided by the best people, as our ties with Accenture will provide you with great mentorship along the way.
This term we have 3 projects lined up for you:
1. Wheels for Wellbeing
- an award-winning charity supporting disabled people of all ages and abilities to enjoy the benefits of cycling.
- Employment for Blind People is a charitable organization, established in 1854, that provides employment and training to blind and disabled people.
3. The Forgiveness Project
- a UK-based charity that uses real stories of victims and perpetrators of crime and violence to help people explore ideas around forgiveness and alternatives to revenge.
Enhance your skills, gain experience and give something back!
The deadline is on January 1st, but we are operating on a ROLLING BASIS so send your application in now!
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