Thursday, April 1, 2010

McKinsey & Company's Insight Programs

I got this message from the Drop Out Club (D.O.C.):

McKinsey & Company, a management consulting firm with nearly 9,000 consultants in 90 offices across 50 countries, is hosting two exciting summer programs for students working towards advanced professional degrees: Insight Healthcare and Insight Engineering & Science.  These programs will give non-MBA advanced degree students an insider's look into management consulting.  Each of the comprehensive seminars will cover a range of topics important to those who are exploring alternative career possibilities.  Program agendas include an overview of management consulting, an introduction to the type of work we do, a management consulting case study, and an opportunity to network with colleagues and participate in social activities.

We are hosting several web based presentations to help graduate students learn more about McKinsey & Company and our Insight programs.  These presentations are designed for: MDs, residents, medical interns, fellows, PhDs and post-docs. If you are interested in attending one of these presentations please RSVP through our website: 

Insight Healthcare
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

June 17 – 20, 2010

Application deadline: April 25, 2010

Qualified Applicants for Insight Healthcare should be:

- Completing an MD, medical internship, residency or fellowship in 2011 or 2012
- Completing a PhD or post-doc in healthcare related disciplines including biology, biomedical engineering, chemistry or immunology in 2011

- Currently residing in the United States or Canada

- Available to attend the entire event starting at 5:30 p.m. on the evening of Thursday, June 17 and ending at 1:30 p.m. on the afternoon of Sunday, June 20

No business experience required. All expenses will be paid by McKinsey & Company.

1 comment:

  1. Dr. Kim, thanks for posting seems very intriguing. As a soon to be graduating MD/MBA student, I am strongly consider applying for this. I'm doing residency, but consulting is definitely a future consideration.