Since March 2002, Huron Consulting Group has consulted with
clients on challenges that come up in litigation, disputes,
investigations, regulatory compliance, procurement, financial
distress and other sources of conflict or change. Huron provides
services to a wide range of clients, including academic
institutions, health care organizations, Fortune 500 companies and
law firms, offering clients methods for integrated strategic,
operational and organizational change. Today, the company employs
more than 2,000 people and brings in over 650 million dollars
Interns gain basic consulting skills while working on projects
in team environments. Responsibilities range depending on the
client, but generally involve defining problems, gathering data,
performing analysis and developing solutions for clients. After
interns have conducted the appropriate research and analyzed their
findings, they present those result to the team and/or the client.
Other projects may include informational interviews, case study
competition, video blog projects and community service. Travel may
be required. Huron looks to its interns first when hiring, and a
majority of interns are offered full-time positions upon
Undergraduate juniors or seniors staying for a fifth year to
pursue a master's degree are eligible. Business majors are
preferred, but liberal arts majors are also welcome to apply.
Candidates should have a minimum GPA of 3.3.