Jun 1, 2022 1:00pm - May 31 | 1:00am

Look Over My Shoulder Registration (2022-2023)

Look Over My Shoulder (LOMS) is a case audio series lead by former consultant turned recruiting guru Victor Cheng. Students around the world use his case series and materials to refine their casing and interview preparation and land the ever sought after job offer. This registration gives you access to where you can find the LOMS series, a long video series introducing you to cases, and some of the frameworks Victor used at McKinsey. Please note: your subscription will start upon registration and end May 20, 2022. You should receive a confirmation email with instructions on how to gain access to under the Booth access code - please reach out to one of the BCC co-chairs if you do not receive the same.

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Apr 1, 2023 12:00pm - 1:00pm

BCC Consulting Workshops Kickoff

If you plan to recruit for a consulting role in the next 18 months, please attend this meeting. The Booth Consulting Club is excited to present an exclusive workshop series in partnership with Archer Career Services. Pam Schilling (Archer CEO) is a Booth graduate and ex-consultant who now works to help students secure roles with major consulting firms. The Ascent Program 2023 will kickstart on April 2nd (Sunday). Please find a brief intro to the program from Pam here: This year, we have worked together to create a complete roadmap that will prepare students for Fall OCR, internship recruiting, or self-guided recruitment. We hope you will come learn about the programming and bring good questions as we hope to clarify this process. Please choose to attend one of the two sessions: 3/29 (Wednesday) or 4/1 (Saturday). The session on 3/29 (Wednesday) will be virtual. The session on 4/1 (Saturday) will be in-person at Gleacher Center. The location details will be updated shortly. For those who can't attend one of the sessions, the session will be recorded and the recording will be shared. However, you need to be registered to get the recording.

Gleacher Center, Room 300

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Apr 2, 2023 9:00am - 10:30am

Archer Ascent Program 2023 - Session #1

The BCC is excited to partner with Archer Career Services to provide members with a series of workshops and events geared towards preparing for Consulting recruitment in the Fall/Winter of 2023. The first session is free for all. So sign up and get a sneak peek of what's in store for you in the 2023 Ascent Program.

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Apr 2, 2023 9:00am - Oct 14 | 10:30am

Archer Ascent Program 2023 - Program Signup & Payment

The BCC is excited to partner with Archer Career Services to provide members with a series of workshops and events geared towards preparing for Consulting recruitment in the Fall/Winter of 2023. Students who sign up for the Archer Career workshops will have access to: - 17 live workshops (with recordings for later use) - Mock interviews - Archer Case Prep software - Archer Job Search software - Office hours - Opportunities for 1:1 coaching Please use this link to register!

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Booth Consulting Club (BCC) is a registered Evening MBA and Weekend MBA Program student group. BCC, over its ten-year history, has been very effective in its ability to connect firms with highly talented students interested in consulting careers. BCC is dedicated to providing frequent and meaningful opportunities to its members to enhance their learning and career potential in the consulting industry.


To create and maintain a strong and lasting relationship with consulting firms, to help University of Chicago Booth E/W MBA's explore and effectively prepare for recruiting process for these consulting firms.


Assist Booth E/W MBA students prepare for consulting job interviews.

Provide insightful information about the consulting industry.

Organize events on and off campus in coordination with consultants and consulting firms.

Hear from former members

Andy Ng '21

Boston Consulting Group, Management Consulting

"The Consultant Boothies who I interacted with throughout my time here were all incredibly smart, polished, and great problem solvers - which solidified that consulting was the industry that I best fit"

Andy Ng came to Booth with a background in Actuarial Science, seeking to expand his general business knowledge. Andy's experience at Booth made him realize that he may enjoy a career in Consulting, and joining the BCC helped Andy to surround himself with individuals sharing these career goals and to confirm that Consulting was the right target industry for him. Andy leveraged BCC events, Slack discussions, case partners, and eventually OCR preparation resources to land an offer at BCG - where he continues to help firms deal with their most critical and complex issues today.

Edwin Mejia '21

EY-Parthenon, Transition Strategy & Execution

"Being a member of the BCC was the sole reason I was able to break into the consulting industry."

Prior to Booth, Edwin was a Civil Engineering major in undergrad and had a background in Project Management at a contracting firm.  After taking some strategy classes at Booth, Edwin decided that he wanted to transition into a career in Consulting and decided to join the BCC.  As a member and eventual Co-Chair, Edwin built a powerful network of students looking to make a similar change and worked with them to fine tune his career story.  Edwin was then able to leverage the casing and experience interview tools provided by the BCC to prepare for recruitment.  The BCC's Symposium event jump started recruitment for Edwin and with his expanded network and countless hours of practice with his BCC peers, Edwin landed a role at EY-Parthenon post-graduation.


Mandy Petersen

Staff Advisor