Application for TCARP 2014

This application is for those parties interested in being a part of the Technology Consulting Awareness and Readiness Program (TCARP) currently being supported by Deloitte and EY.

During the TCARP program, students will get first hand exposure to what a technology consultant does and what skills are important to possess. There will be technology related sessions as well as sessions on how to prepare for job interviews related to technology consulting jobs. During these sessions, there will be interesting and fun group exercises, mini cases, and mini projects.

The program will run from January 2014 to October of 2014. We are looking for dedicated undergraduate Kelley students not graduating in May who are looking to learn more about technology. You do not have to be a technology major to be a part of this program.

There will be approximately one session per month (either Thursday nights or Friday mornings) that you will be expected to attend (approximately 6 to 7 face to face interactions). There will also be summer webinars (around 3-4).

All of the stated sessions will be conducted by professionals from Deloitte, EY, and other firms. Also unique to this program, members will be paired up one on one with buddies from the firms to help with resumes and interviews in the fall.

This is a wonderful program that has amble networking opportunities for those involved members involved. You get to meet with influential professionals 9 months before interviews.

There are limited seats for this program and participants will be selected based on their resume and application. There may also be short interviews in January for candidates who are short listed.

This application will close at 5pm on December 22nd.

Any questions can be directed to techmc@indiana.edu

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