Cases are not just for consulting interviews anymore! Marketing, banking, high tech, healthcare and a variety of other industries are now using cases to differentiate candidates. Our highly engaging workshop will give you a complete overview of how to do well on your cases. You will be challenged to think beyond simple frameworks and learn to handle a variety of analytical problems in your upcoming interviews. This foundational course is perfect for those new to case interviews, as well as students with basic to intermediate skills. Learn More…
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To attend Crack the Case Level 1, register through Handshake.
Watch this video before the workshop.
For students interested in additional case practice following the workshop, we encourage you to sign-up for one of the small group sessions being held in the afternoon of September 12. To sign up for one of these 1 hour sessions, register through Handshake.
Small Group Case Interview Practice – Refine your case interview skills by going through an additional mock case with a calibrated interviewer and 3-5 other students. You’ll have a chance to work through a case end-to-end and receive actionable feedback to accelerate your interview preparation.
Small Group 1: 1:00-2:00pm
Small Group 2: 2:15-3:15pm
Small Group 3: 3:30-4:30pm
Deborah Resnick, trainer and coach with MBACASE, draws from her past experiences as a top-rated McKinsey consultant, former Director of Professional Development for McKinsey’s Midwest offices, and current advisor to corporate clients on people/talent management related issues. The energy, unique insights, honest perspective, and highly actionable tips Deborah brings to her workshops reflect her extensive experience as an interviewer and intense passion for helping individuals through career transitions. Don’t miss this opportunity to rapidly build your skills and better understand what differentiates top candidates in this interactive workshop! Deborah earned her B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Northwestern University and MBA from Harvard Business School.