Volunteer engagements provide you with an opportunity to experience the work of a consultant first hand and are a vital part of a great consulting resume. The engagement opportunities and deadlines are usually dynamic based on if and when opportunities are available. Our main collaborators are QuintilesIMS and the University Consulting Group (UCG) at the University of Toronto. We will update you as engagement opportunities become available. Sign up to our email list so you’re always up to date about the latest volunteer opportunities.


QuintilesIMS Frontiers in Healthcare Consulting Summer Engagement

Over the course of the summer (April-August), this engagement will provide participants with valuable consulting experience and exposure to collaborative healthcare projects involving due diligence, data mining and research studies, while working with pharmaceutical market data and consulting leader QuintilesIMS. The ideal candidates are highly talented, knowledgeable and self-motivated graduate students and post-doctoral fellows with strong credentials in research, academic writing and knowledge translation.

Selected candidates will work in a team of 4-5 and should be prepared to each commit 10-15 hours per week. Find out how to apply here.

“The IMS Brogan summer consulting engagement (2015) is an excellent way to gain first-hand experience in Health Care Consulting. We had direct exposure to senior consulting staff and worked closely with members of a multi-functional team. Given the opportunity to work with a unique set of proprietary data, we investigated and answered pertinent questions in a hot area of health care today. This was a challenging and invaluable consulting experience that also led to two successful conference publications, and happily my current position as Consultant at IMS.”
— Sheri Shojaie


University Consulting Group

The group aims to provide pro bono consulting to non-profit community organizations within the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). The program will run during the academic year (September-April) and will consist of two phases of projects. The number of projects will depend on the UCG’s capacity and the availability of clients. The consulting projects will be undertaken by teams of students from the University of Toronto. The students will be recruited by UCG to serve as volunteer consultants for the duration of the project. Advisers, who are working professionals with expertise in consulting and related industry, will train and guide the volunteer consultants during the project duration. The involvement of the advisers will also be pro bono and it’s seen as a form of volunteering. The entire program will be overseen and run by 3 Executive Directors, 2 of whom are the signing officers of the constitution.

If you have any further questions, please contact info@universityconsultinggroup.com or visit http://universityconsultinggroup.com for more information.