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You can read about this project here: https://www.redstonestrategy.com/case-studies/the-montreal-protocol/
What does the day-to-day look like as an intern?
Quick clarification: the intern workweek will be 40 hours/week
Read more about Plentiful here: www.plentifulapp.com
Is the internship only for those with Bachelor’s (i.e what about PhD students)? What training do you receive as an intern or a starting associate/analyst?
How many interns are you hoping to take?
Do analysts specialize by skillset? (i.e. if someone has more quantitative training, they do more quantitative analysis work)
Hi Rebecca - we
we are hoping to take up to 5-6 interns next year
Marwan Safar Jalani
During the internship, do we get the chance to shadow meetings of projects that we are not assigned to but that still interest us?
Hello Marwan - that is a great question. This will very much depend on the interns' workload and what other projects are going on at the time and confidentiality considerations.
Here is a good resource for case prep: http://video.kenan-flagler.unc.edu/bizcommcenter/BCC%20Consultants/Casebooks/Michigan%20Case%20Book%202.pdf
What has been the most challenging project either of you have worked on
A specific sector/type of client? ^
More on some of Redstone's work with water sustainability here: https://www.redstonestrategy.com/case-studies/minute-323/
You can find the "final" product, Plentiful, here: www.plentifulapp.com
And Redstone's work with the New York City Food Assistance Collaborative, here: https://www.redstonestrategy.com/case-studies/new-york-city-food-assistance-collaborative/
How would the experience at Redstone differ from that working within the social sector branch of a bigger more “typical” consulting firm?
For either/both of you, what has been the biggest difference between working in academia (as undergrads or otherwise) and working in consulting?
The intern application here: https://redstonestrategygroup.applytojob.com/apply/cr2WqZIwBs/Analyst-Intern?source=RedstoneWebsite
While the case question is geared more towards social sector thought, does it still follow a market sizing/unstructured problem sizing stylethat is common to private sector cases?
What’s been the biggest challenge you’ve faced so far as an analyst?
Please feel free to reach out to email@example.com if you have any further questions!
Thank you, all!
Are the final interviews in person?
Hello Madison - yes they are in person