GG+A is hitting the road this spring to meet students about potential internship opportunities. Meet us on the following dates:
- March 2 – Philadelphia Nonprofit and Public Service Career Fair (open to students from University of Pennsylvania, Bryn Mawr College, Haverford College, Swarthmore College)
- April 3 – Dartmouth Spring Employer Connections Fair
- April 4 – MIT and Harvard Spring Career Fair
- April 24 – Stanford Spring Venture Fair
GG+A invites applicants in engineering, business degree, and liberal arts programs to participate in an internship experience with the intention to discover future opportunities at the firm. The program is designed to put analytical and problem-solving skills to work in service to the non-profit sector, yet within a for-profit consulting firm.
Based out of GG+A’s corporate headquarters in Chicago, the intern will work with a team of senior consultants and peers, as well as project managers and assistants during an 8-week rotation to experience different areas of the firm, such as:
- consulting resources
- knowledge resources
- business development
The intern may participate in data collection and rigorous analysis, conduct administrative operations, and help draft clear, compelling, insightful, and accurate reports. Interns need extensive people, communication, analytical, project management, and organizational skills, as well as a high level of quality and accuracy.
GG+A is committed to providing strategic and evidence-based fundraising counsel to help each client institution build a sustainable development function that substantially impacts the fulfillment of its mission. GG+A embodies a high-performance culture, dedicated to enhancing the philanthropic support of each of its clients. It is client-centric, strategic, and hands-on, committed to responding swiftly and creatively to client needs and requirements and to the sustainability of their advancement programs. It is a challenging environment that seeks intelligent, self-motivated individuals who are fundamentally curious, life-long learners, and achievement-oriented.
For consideration, please contact Dyan Ellinger, Vice President of Talent Management at DEllinger@grenzglier.com.