Apply now to become a Consultant in 2021

Ying, a consultant in Semester One 2019 projects, presenting his findings on strategy for The Spiers Centre Inc at the concluding Pitch Night.

Develop consulting skills and network on a new level

Have the opportunity to consult on a real organisational challenge affecting a not-for-profit provider, analyse data, brainstorm creative solutions and report directly to the board of directors with your findings, all while being a university student.

You will be supported throughout your journey, with an academic and industry mentor to meet any unresolvable challenges.

Our passion is to connect, develop and demonstrate your capabilities across the semester, with the opportunity to share your journey in our project pitch night in front an industry consulting panel.

More than just work.

All consultants receive a dedicated industry mentor and can tap into our employer network to receive feedback on their projects and guidance on how to launch a career in Consulting.

We also have a dedicated internal social events manager to arrange dinners, board games night and day trips to ensure all our consultants are a friendly and sociable group.

We believe a social team is a productive team that delivers results, focusing on an experience that builds skills and develops personal networks for life.

Consultants from Semester One, 2019 meeting up with their mentors from management consultancy firm, Visagio Australia.
Consultants from Semester One, 2019 discussing strategy with Gaelle Gouillo, CEO of the Spiers Centre providing financial counselling for those in North Metro WA.

Set the social change strategy to enhance impact

Be apart of the social change setting the strategy to develop our client's impact and accelerate the change they in our WA community. Semester One saw our work impact the lives of those in impoverished regions in Asia and those in financial distress in north Metro WA.

Find out more in our project showcase event

Not sure whether to apply or already put your application in? Our project showcase is a highly recommended event for all students wishing to become consultants, and outlines in detail the projects on offer, the application process and the skills you'll develop if you decide to join us on our projects. Attendance at the project showcase is highly favourable on your consulting application.

The Introduction to Consulting and Project Showcase event is planned to be held at the start of the new semeser. Become a member to be informed when registrations for this event opens.

George, treasurer for Curtin Consulting Group and consultant at Visagio Australia, spoke about his journey to securing a role in the consulting industry.

Criteria

  • You are a current University Student in Semester 1, 2021 at any WA University Institution, however, most team meetings will be held at Curtin University

  • You are enrolled in a Bachelors, Masters or Research program

  • All year levels and disciplines will be considered with passion and experience demonstrated as the key assessment criteria for consultants

  • You are available to commit at least 5 hours per week to the consulting projects alongside your other commitments

  • A Google Account to submit your application and integrate with our Google Cloud platform


Applications for Semester One, 2021 is now open. Apply using the form below!

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