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APPLICATIONS ARE CLOSED!

Come back later in January to learn more about our Spring 2024 recruitment!

WHY JOIN 180 DEGREES CONSULTING?

Want to be a part of TAMU's top consulting organization and simultaneously give back to your local community? Check out the information below to learn about our recruiting process. We are excited to welcome a new class of consultants who are driven and passionate about the impact 180 Degrees Consulting has on both its clients & consultants!

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Social Impact

Real Consulting Experience

Personal Growth & Leadership

Professional Development

Networking & Alumni

THE APPLICATION PROCESS

Meeting

Informational

INFORMATIONALS

Attendance to one informational is required to apply. We typically offer at least two that you can attend during our recruiting cycles.

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Written Application

Written Application

To be successful, show your motivations and passions while staying authentic to yourself. There is no "right answer" here.

Taking Notes

Interviews

Interviews

The final step in our application is our individual interview and group case. This is designed so that we can learn more about you on a personal level and see how you work with others.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How is 180 Degrees Consulting different from other consulting groups?

When is your next recruitment cycle?

Who is eligible to apply?

How many people do you accept?

Is there a minimum GPA requirement?

If I have previously applied for 180 Degrees Consulting, am I still allowed to apply?

Do I need any previous consulting experience?

Are there other positions besides consultant roles that 180 Degrees consulting is recruiting for?

How do I make my application stand out?

I am unable to attend any of the informationals. Will this negatively impact my application?

What if I've never practiced a case interview before?

What is the expected time commitment to be a Consultant?

Are consultants paid for their work?

I wasn't accepted. What can I do to be more prepared for the next recruiting cycle?

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