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Trojan Consulting Group, Fall 2013 Recruitment

Trojan Consulting Group, USC’s 2010-2011 Service Organization of the Year and official consulting group, is looking to recruit new members this semester!


The Trojan Consulting Group (TCG) was founded in 2001 on the idea of providing valuable, pro-bono consulting services to non-profit organizations and small businesses in Los Angeles. Working with one client a semester, TCG has served over 24 entities by leveraging the analytical and business acumen of our members. Our consultants make a positive impact by applying their intellectual capital to real-world issues in order to serve our clients’ needs. TCG’s commitment to fostering the growth of a stronger, healthier, more sustainable community is reinforced by the dedication and work ethic our members champion.  With alumni currently working at Bain, McKinsey, BCG, Morgan Stanley, Apple, UBS, and many other prestigious firms, Trojan Consulting Group remains committed giving back to our community while helping you grow both personally and professionally.

To learn more about how you can benefit from being a part of TCG, we invite you to attend one of the following two information sessions:

  • Information Session I: Tuesday, September 3 at 8:30PM in Hoffman 2 (HOH 2)
  • Information Session II: Wednesday, September 4 at 8:30PM in Hoffman 2 (HOH 2)

Please dress in business casual and arrive on time—the session will begin promptly at 8:30PM.

Visit http://www.trojanconsulting.org to learn more about our team and our history of excellence. You will also find information about our information sessions, as well as the application, on our website and our Facebook event. Should you have any questions, please email us at trojan.consulting.group@gmail.com. We hope to see you soon.

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