Technology Consulting Workshop

Through two courses full of case simulations, mock interviews, and networking opportunities, the Technology Consulting Workshop will merge the fields of consulting and technology to prepare students to creatively problem-solve and effectively communicate in the corporate environment. Topics like big data and cloud computing will have workshop members at the forefront of the future of technology.

Workshop Application and Admission

Sophomores during their spring semester.

Good academic credentials, including leadership involvement and a passion for technology.

The application period starts the Monday after spring break and goes until the second Friday after that. Applicants will be invited for an interview with a senior Technology Consulting Workshop member during the week after the application period ends. The following week, applicants reaching the final round will be interviewed by workshop faculty.

About two weeks after the end of the application process, in the days immediately following the final round of interviews.

To apply, submit a resume and a cover letter highlighting your interest in the Technology Consulting Workshop via a posting on Kelley Connect. Selected applicants will be interviewed by senior workshop members to discern the fit of the candidate with the workshop. Workshop faculty will invite selected candidates to a final interview.

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Workshop Courses
  • BUS-S375 Introduction to Technology Consulting (1.5 credits), fall of junior year
  • BUS-S475 Technology Consulting Essentials (1.5 credits), fall of senior year

Workshop Time Commitment

During S375, students will be exposed to a variety of technologies and methodologies, case analyses and presentations, and professional development activities. During S475, workshop members will learn about the process of managing a consulting engagement and gain a better understanding of the life and career of a technology consulting professional. Throughout the workshop, students will also engage in a variety of recruitment activities.

Workshop Faculty

Joshua Dennis

Lecturer

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Michael Frutiger

Clinical Assistant Professor

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