In 2020, we are living with the implications of large-scale societal issues linked to COVID-19 and Racial Injustice.
Although the path forward is to be determined, we remain hopeful and optimistic that things will get better.
Many students may be wondering how to apply their talent towards the betterment of society. JumpStart is thrilled to partner with Redstone Consulting, which is focused on social sector consulting. We invite diverse undergraduate students to join us for a webinar that will guide you on how to impact society leveraging professional problem-solving skills.
Social Sector Consulting: Get Paid to Impact Society & Solve Problems While Learning!
Tuesday, June 30, 2020
12 P.M. CT | 1 P.M. ET
- What is social sector consulting
- How to impact society
- What internship or full-time opportunities look like
Redstone is intellectual, creative, and passionate about real-world problems. We partner with some of the world’s largest foundations, companies, and NGOs to help answer tough questions on education, health, and the environment. Our clients and partners include the Hewlett Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Packard Foundation, and Feeding America, among others – all of whom share the ambition to make system-wide change.
We bring a suite of strategic planning, design, and analytical tools to bear on complex social problems, and engage with our clients’ leadership and expertise to solve them. In New York City, Redstone facilitated a collaboration of the city’s top food assistance providers to help bring 10 million pounds of new food to neighborhoods where it’s needed most. In Costa Rica, the firm assisted the Linden Trust for Conservation and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation in permanently preserving over one million acres of critical terrestrial and marine habitat. Redstone also helped the International Planned Parenthood Federation double the number of annual services provided, reaching 137 million people, including some of the planet’s most disadvantaged and marginalized citizens.
The firm is small by design. This means all consultants play key roles on project teams. Small teams of two to four allow you to work directly with clients and senior leaders right from the start. Redstone alumni have excelled at the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Google, and The Nature Conservancy, and have gone on to graduate programs at Stanford, Harvard, and Yale.