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Our Fall 2020 Application

is now closed.

Thank you to everyone who applied this semester, don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions!

Recruitment Events

Over the next few weeks, we'll be hosting a series of recruitment events in partnership with some of the top firms that recruit from Virginia Tech. We highly encourage you to attend some or all of these events for a chance to network with our members, as well as these firms. During the last week, we'll be hosting a Meet CGVT panel for you to ask questions and meet our members. The recruitment event schedule will be posted soon. These events are open to all students across all majors and years! Attire is business casual. 

Recruitment Process

Join the Consulting Group at Virginia Tech to enhance your professional consulting skill set, gain a competitive advantage over the competition, and begin the path to a successful career. The recruitment process will test your analytical and professional skills through a series of interviews and training through our Associates Program.

Tips to Receive an Interview

Ensure that your resume is concise but thorough, comprehensive but relevant, and completely free of grammatical or formatting errors

Maintain a high academic standard (3.0+) to show your ability to follow directions and work hard

Effectively communicate your professional experience in order to prove your ability to contribute to CGVT

Attend our recruitment events to meet CGVT leadership and better understand our role at Virginia Tech, in Blacksburg, and in the consulting world

Interviews

Case Interview

The case will be revealed at the beginning of the interview. Interviewers will be scoring based on your knowledge of the industry, case strategy, solution feasibility, presentation and communication. Applicants should be prepared to answer questions regarding the case and their solution.

Behavioral Interview

The behavioral portion may consist of a review of your resume and further questions about your background and relevant experiences. Interviewers are looking for applicants to be conversational, passionate, and interested. Essentially, would you pass the Airplane Test?

Resources

Case in Point by Mark Consentino

2019 Darden Casebook

Deloitte Practice Cases

Oliver Wyman Practice Cases

Consulting Group at Virginia Tech

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