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We look forward to connecting with you for the 2013-2014 academic year. Please see the list below for events where you can meet us on campus in the fall.
September 12, 2013, 7:30 Sage Hall
Success Beyond Johnson
Come meet Johnson Alum and Accenture Managing Director, Donna Peters, as she shares insight on a career in consulting. This event is open to both first and second year students. It will be followed by a networking event with other Accenture team members.
September 13, 2013, Ithaca
T&O Case Preparation
Interested in learning how to ‘crack’ human capital consulting cases? Come join practitioners from Accenture’s Talent & Organization practice and learn the fundamentals for successfully navigating case interviews. This event is opened to both first and second year MILR and MBA students.
October 4, 2013, Ithaca
Human Capital Symposium
Accenture is honored to once again sponsor the Human Capital Symposium, the premiere event for HR professionals across the Cornell Community. We are proud of our new partnership with the Human Capital Association which is a student run organization within Cornell’s Johnson School and School of Industrial and Labor Relations. For symposium information, please reach out to the Human Capital Association’s Executive Team.
October 16, 2013, 7:30pm, Sage Hall
First year presentation: Your Future at Accenture
Come learn about a career in management consulting with Accenture. We will provide 1st year students with an overview of our firm, our values and the opportunities available to Johnson School MBA recruits. This event will immediately be followed by a networking social in Sage Hall. The Accenture team looks forward to meeting you!
October 17-20, 2013, Sage Hall
Diversity Symposium & Johnson Means Business
Accenture is honored to once again sponsor the Diversity Symposium – Johnson’s diverse leadership conference. We are proud to continue our longstanding commitment to supporting diversity at Johnson. Accenture representatives will participate as panelists, facilitators and moderators during many of the conference workshops and panels. For conference details, please reach out to the Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI).
November 15, 2013, 12-6pm, Accenture Office NYC
The Accenture Experience
This is a special invite-only event for first year students interested in a career with Accenture Management Consulting. This event will be held in the afternoon and will feature a range of panels and speakers from different industry groups and professionals levels, as well as a series of mock case sessions. It will conclude with a networking happy hour. Invitations will be sent out by email prior to the event.
December 2013, Select Accenture Offices Nationwide
Come tour one of our main offices in the US where we typically place MBA full-time hires. Meet alums and other Accenture people in those offices and join us for lunch. Offices include: New York City, Chicago, Boston, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, San Francisco. Please watch for additional information from your campus recruiter.
AMC U.S. Innovation Challenge
The AMC U.S. Innovation Challenge is a multi-round event that combines hands-on consulting experience with the opportunity to make a positive impact on the community. First year student teams work collaboratively to develop a solution for a case based on a real-world challenge faced by a national non-profit. Compete against teams from other MBA programs for the opportunity to pitch your idea to our non-profit partners and Accenture senior leadership in Washington, DC, as well as to potentially secure a summer internship offer.
||September 23: Registration Deadline|
Interested students are required to submit contact information and resumes as a team by this date. Apply online at accenture.com/AMCinnovation
Please note that this competition is open to the Class of 2015 only. Because competition winners will receive an internship offer, eligible students must have United States work authorization that does not now or in the future require Visa sponsorship to accept employment with Accenture (i.e., H1-B visa, F-1 visa (OPT), TN visa or any other non-immigrant status).
||Early October: Information Session on Campus|
Join us in Sage Hall to learn more about the Innovation Challenge and ask questions.
||October 16: Initial Materials Distributed |
Initial information will be released to 1st year student teams the day of the Challenge.
||First Round Presentations|
Teams will be assigned an Accenture coach who will help guide them through the case—just as our managers do on our real client projects. A panel of judges made up of Accenture and Johnson faculty will judge this first round on campus. Up to two teams will be selected to move onto the semi-final round.
||November 4 - 12: Semi-final Round|
Teams selected on October 16 will have a few weeks to update their presentations with feedback from round 1 and further develop the business case and implementation roadmap.
||November 21 - 22: Final Round|
Three teams from across the country will be selected to travel to DC for final round presentations. They will have the opportunity to present their idea to Accenture and non-profit leadership.
National MBA Conferences that Accenture sponsors and will attend
• September 10-14, 2013: National Black Conference, Houston, TX
• October 10-12, 2013: NSHMBA Conference, San Antonio, TX
• October 17-19, 2013: Reaching Out MBA Conference (ROMBA), New Orleans, LA
• October 24-26, 2013: Net Impact 2013,Silicon Valley
Key Dates for Interviews
• September 25, 2012: Resume Drop for Full-time Interviews
• October 17-18, 2013: Full-time Interviews for Second Year MBAs
• December 15, 2013: Resume Drop for First Year Summer Internships
• January 30-31, 2014: Summer Internship Interviews for First Year MBAs