Harvard Undergraduate GRC provides pro-bono consulting services and drives social impact in healthcare, education, environment, and equity NGOs. Each semester, we select Harvard's most passionate students through a competitive interview and training process, matching case teams of student analysts with nonprofit clients. Our Harvard chapter of the 501(c)3 nonprofit consultancy Global Research and Consulting Group empowers a diverse array of students with a variety of academic backgrounds to become responsible future leaders and give back to the global community. From NGOs to social impact startups, we help our clients meet their goals for meaningful change while fostering educational growth in business and consulting for the Harvard undergraduate student body.
Consultants are assigned to work collaboratively on a strategic advisory or research project in a team of 4-6 led by a Project Leader and Senior Associate. Projects span 10 weeks each semester and include a midterm and final deliverable. Consultants take ownership of a workstream assigned by their Project Leaders and apply critical research and analysis skills throughout the project. Through research, analysis, teamwork, and direct client interaction, GRC consultants are given the unique opportunity to develop essential consulting skills while making their own impact on the global community.