The Geneva Consulting Network offers affordable management consulting to international organizations, NGOs, and social enterprises by partnering excellent students with professional consultants.
We provide support on a range of strategy issues and guarantee the highest quality by partnering with professional consultants. Our interdisciplinary teams are composed of top students from a wide variety of backgrounds, unified by the desire to have an impact and add value to your organization.
We prepare ambitious students for a career in consulting through skills-based workshops and real life projects. As a student consultant, you will gain practical and marketable skills, network with professionals and tackle real organizational challenges.
We offer our partner firm access to a pool of excellent students, who combine consulting capabilities with real expertise in development and international affairs. As a partner, you get an effective means of recruiting talented students, while doing good in the Geneva NGO community.
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What We Do
Since our first project with UNICEF in 2016 we have carried out intensive projects for a variety of organizations, from large and established NGOs to smaller start-ups. In addition, we have taken on a role as a crucial link between top students at the Graduate Institute and the tools, network, and experiences needed to enter the consulting industry.
Featured Project: Developing a Private-Sector Fundraising Strategy for UNICEF
Consulting Immersion Day
GCN Director of Training and Development Cody Corcoran discusses the organization's growth and the half-day program he developed for Graduate Institute students in cooperation with the Alumni Relations and Career Services team. On 18 May 2017, over 30 students participated in a case-solving workshop prepared by GCN, a CV workshop and personal interview training session held by GCN and Career Services, and a evening roundtable session with Institute Alumni currently working at McKinsey, Dalberg, Vera Solutions and PricewaterhouseCoopers. Video courtesy of The Graduate Institute.