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Case Competition

ANNUAL SPRING CASE COMPETITIOn

Are you interested in a career in consulting, non-profits, or want to develop your problem solving skills? Each year, campusCATALYST runs  non-profit case competition in the spring. See below for information about this year's competition and get to know our winners from past years too!

spring 2018: Teach for America (sponsored by ey Parthenon)

Are you interested in a career in consulting, non-profits, or want to develop your problem solving skills? Then register for campusCATALYST's annual non-profit case competition! Sign up individually and be placed on a team, or sign up in teams of 3-5 classmates. You will work with your team for a week to solve a consulting problem and then present your solution to a panel of judges. No prior consulting or non-profit experience is necessary and any UChicago undergraduate student can sign up.

campusCATALYST is thrilled to present its annual non-profit case competition sponsored by EY Parthenon. The case competition will be a great opportunity that combines hands-on consulting experience with the opportunity to make a positive impact to a non-profit organization. Outstanding performers will be invited to a private networking event with EY Parthenon consultants, in addition to landing a spot in campusCATALYST’s Fall 2018 cycle. Students will compete in teams of 3-5 to collaboratively develop a solution for a case based on a real-world challenge faced by Teach for America (TFA) and present their solution to a panel including Teach for America representatives, EY Parthenon consultants, nonprofit leaders and Booth students.

EVENT DETAILS

Information Sessions
(Both info sessions will be identical, and will cover the main problem statement of the case competition. At least one team member must be present at at least one info session)
1. Wednesday, April 4th from 6:00PM - 7:00PM (Location To Be Announced)
2. Friday, April 6th from 6:00PM - 7:00PM (Location To Be Announced)

~Registration ~
Sign up individually and be placed in teams or sign up in teams of 3-5 by 11:59pm Friday, April 6th. Individual students will be placed on teams if they do not have one. To indicate your interest, please fill out this form: bit.ly/cCcasecomp18prereg

Registration will start immediately after the first information session on Wednesday, April 4th, and close at 11:59pm Friday, April 6th. The registration link will be sent to information session participants.

Problem-Solving Workshop
(Join EY Parthenon consultants for an interactive workshop to learn more about structured problem-solving, solution visualization, and set your best foot forward throughout the case competition)
-Saturday, April 7th from 12:00 PM - 1:30PM

First round (All Teams)
(You will need to commit to a 30-minute slot in this time period)
-Saturday, April 14th from 9:00AM-12:00 PM noon

Final Round Presentations (Top 5 Teams)
(Selected teams will be notified by Sunday, April 15, to participate in the final round, and will need to commit to a 30-minute slot in this time period)
-Saturday, April 21st from 9:00AM - 12:00PM noon

Contact us at uchicagocampuscatalyst@gmail.com for any questions or concerns about the event.

Past competitions

Spring 2016: Ronald Mcdonald house

Ronald McDonald House presented the student teams with a question of how Ronald McDonald can better engage with University of Chicago student life. Over 80 students in teams of 3-5 presented to consultants from Accenture and representatives from the Ronald McDonald House. Congratulations to our winning team of Dimitry Karavaikin ‘19, Mufitcan Atalay ‘19, Ananth Balasubramanian ‘19, and Satya Krishnan ’19 who won an exclusive networking reception and dinner with Accenture!

 

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spring 2017: Heartland alliance

Heartland Alliance presented the student teams with a question of how Heartland can expand awareness to new audiences and engage millennials and post-millennials in championing their mission. Over 60 students in teams of 3-5 presented to consultants from Accenture and representatives from the Heartland Alliance. Congratulations to our winning team of Sahana Ramani ‘20, Satyen Gupta ‘20, Jay Pan ’20, and Anoushka Patel ‘20 who won an exclusive networking reception and dinner with Accenture!