2015 Spring Volunteer Consulting Initiative

Feb 19 2015 - 11:00pm


The goal of our initiative is to offer high-quality pro-bono consulting advice to organizations in the nearby Central New Jersey Area on specific issues or problems that they need to address so as to move closer to their goals.

We harness a group of talented Princeton students who are eager to apply the rigorous analytical skills learned in academia to solve business problems.  Teams that work on consulting project will be comprised of a Project team Leader, which will guide the students throughout the duration of the project, and 3-4 graduate students. Each team will also be receiving considerable advice from the leadership board of the PUGCC to ensure that the services provided to the organization are of the highest grade. These students will come from a wide-range of Graduate Departments within Princeton University, and will bring a unique perspective to the organizations projects. Students will have the opportunity to work in a fast-paced and rewarding environment similar to a management consulting role.


PUVCi has worked with 12+ Non-Profits, with plans to extend our work to include start-ups and private organizations. Students accepted into our program will be informed about our client base.


  • Campaign Design & Planning
  • Social Media Strategy
  • Communications
  • Stakeholder Analysis
  • Start-Up Strategy
  • Mission, Vision, and Goal Definition
  • Financial Forecasting


  • Application Form (See below, email to puvci@princeton.edu)
  • Resume (Please highlight key experiences in application form)
  • Deadline is February 19 at 11:59 p.m.

We welcome applications from all members of the Princeton Community (Graduate students & Post-Doctoral Fellows) especially students from Woodrow Wilson and the Bendheim Finance program.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:  Projects start on the 25th of February. Project length is flexible and dependent on needs of client though we expect it to last 2-2.5 months. Time commitment would not affect any academic work done at Princeton. 

Sponsored by: 
Princeton University Graduate Consulting Group