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Participate in a consulting Interview Prep Case Study with Cornerstone

Seeking Interview Prep help to get a job in consulting? Undergraduate students getting an internship or full time job in consulting is achievable but challenging. One of the most challenging hurdles is preparation to work through the live problem solving aspects of the interview process AND get through 1-1 discussions.

To improve your problem solving skills, learn about a consulting internship or full time job at Cornerstone, reference the information below and join the virtual sessions.

UGrad Students,

Interested in Finance and Advisory Consulting work?

We offer an opportunity to grow here in Cornerstone Research approach with JumpStart in August.

Cornerstone Research will be recruiting for full-time and internship opportunities. The plan is to provide exposure to the firm via a case study and conduct 1-1s that could lead to an interview.

These unique experiences provide an opportunity for underclassmen (class of 2024-25) and upperclassmen (Class of 2022 fall and class of 2023 spring). And the sessions are open to STEM and Non-STEM majors.

1. Cornerstone Research Overview:

Cornerstone Research may be ideal for those interested in finance and advisory consulting work. Three details about Cornerstone Research are noted below.

A. Who is Cornerstone Research: Cornerstone Research is a leading economic and financial consulting firm specializing in the analysis of complex economic, financial, accounting, and marketing issues that arise in the context of various kinds of litigation. For example, we may be asked to predict the effect of a merger of two major high-tech firms on prices and innovation, or to determine the effect of unfavorable drug test results on the stock price of a leading pharmaceutical company, or to value a patent on smartphone technology that might have been infringed.

To learn more about Cornerstone Research:

Careers | Cornerstone Research

B. What is the role of an Analyst: Analysts play a central role at Cornerstone Research. They work in case teams that vary in size and typ­ically include an academic or industry expert, senior consultants, and multiple analysts. Within a case team, analysts make important contributions during all phases of the project—from developing case strategy and conducting analyses to preparing experts for testimony. Analysts are exposed to numerous types of cases across a spectrum of industries.

C. Which offices could you work at: Cornerstone Research has 700 staff and offices in Boston, Chicago, London, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, and Washington.

2. Register for  Consulting Case Study and Careers at Cornerstone Research:

When: Wednesday, August 10, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM Eastern Time

Register Now!

3. 1-1s: 

Cornerstone Research will execute virtual 1-1s during JumpStart that in many cases could lead to an invitation to interview.  To be considered for full-time or internship opportunities, complete the 2-minute survey. 1-1 selections made by Cornerstone Research will be communicated in late July or early August.

Cornerstone Research Career Interest Survey:

2022 JumpStart Ugrad Opportunity with Cornerstone

Speakers at The Event

Name: Allie Gould
Role: Analyst
Education: Claremont McKenna College
Office: Boston
Tenure: 1.5 years
Fun Fact: I might know every word to every Taylor Swift song…

Name: Claudia Cornejo
Role: Analyst
Education: Business at the University of Michigan
Office: New York
Tenure: 2 years
Fun Fact: I first heard of Cornerstone at the Jumpstart Ugrad Forum I attended back in 2018!

Name: Rodrigo Ibarra
Role: Analyst
Education: Boston College
Office: Boston
Tenure: 1 year
Fun Fact: I love watching and playing soccer