Los Angeles Community Impact (LACI) is a student-run USC consulting organization that provides local nonprofits and small businesses with business strategies and solutions. LACI's biannual showcase is an opportunity for members to share their semester's projects, research, and final recommendations with the USC community. In addition to a networking portion with all of the LACI teams and presentations from two, there will be hor d'oeuvres and a guest speaker to deliver a keynote about their experience with social impact.
What do international relations, education, engineering, business, and technology have in common? All of those fields can lead to a career in non-profit and community-based organizations!
If you're trying to decide if non-profit work interests you, or you are looking for an internship at a community-based organization, this event is for you.
Investigate Industries and Internships (i3) is designed for students exploring career options, as well as students looking to take the next step. At an i3 event, you can network with employers looking to hire interns and hear them speak about how they broke into their respective industries. Participating employers have available internships for the current and following semester.
Meet consultants from 10 industry-leading companies in a small group setting as they answer your questions about a consultant’s typical work day, the recruiting process, the unique culture at each firm, and more. Light refreshments will be served.
You can RSVP for the event here.
The link will go live on Wednesday, September 7th at 9:00AM, and you will be contacted about submitting a $10 refundable deposit, mandatory in order to confirm your place at the event. Contact LACI External Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions.
At the Career Center's "Ace the Case" Interview Workshop, presented by LACI, West Monroe Partners representatives will share their tips on how to successfully go through case interviews for consulting firms and land an amazing internship or job. They will share tips, tricks, and personal experiences, while also answering any questions students may have.
Synchrony Financial, a credit card company in San Francisco is recruiting in the fall for their Business Leadership Program, a 2-year rotational program across different segments of the company. They will also be on campus recruiting juniors for summer internships and seniors for full-time positions.
More information regarding how to sign up for the case competition is forthcoming!