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Consultancy for Non profit organizations

 
#1 Consultancy for Non profit organizations
20/11/2007 11:55

Elodie

Hello,

I am just graduated (Master's degree of Business Administration), and have also 3 years of experience, including one consulting mission fo a humanitarian organization.

Currently looking for a job within the management consultancy industry at London, I was wondering about being a volunteer for a consultancy company working for non profit organizations. I think it could be a way to gain more experence and to meet people within the consulantcy industry.

First: do you think it is a good idea, as a job search approach?

Second: do you know some companies providing consultancy services for non profit organization?

Thanks for your help.

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#2 RE: Consultancy for Non profit organizations
20/11/2007 12:05

anon to Elodie (#1)

there are two ways to help - either voluntary as you say, or... would you not be better using your MBA to get a highly paid consulting job, and then if you want to support a humanitatian organisation just donate your salary.

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#3 RE: Consultancy for Non profit organizations
21/11/2007 12:38

Manty to anon (#2)

Anon, option 1 and 2 are not even close to being comparable...unless your annual impact on the companies that you consult to is equal to your after tax salary+bonus...65,000???!!!

Elodie, I do know that Bain & Co has an affiliate called The Bridgespan Group that advises nonprofits. Perhaps some of the other big firms have something similar...I'm sure that they all do some pro-bono work for nonprofits.

There are also a number of smaller not-for-profit consultancies, for example:

www.plmconsulting.co.uk

www.fearonconsulting.co.uk

www.blackbaud.co.uk/default.aspx

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