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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT MEETS SOCIAL INNOVATION

JOIN OUR COMMUNITY OF PROBLEM SOLVERS, CHANGE MAKERS, AND BOLD THINKERS

 
 
Many members cite Hilltop as one of their favorite and most formative experiences as an undergraduate at Georgetown University. Along with the unparalleled experience of working with some of the nation's leading nonprofits, members have access to exclusive training sessions and networking opportunities with prestigious firms like McKinsey, Bain, Deloitte, Accenture, and PwC. 
 
There are many opportunities to make an impact in Hilltop, from leading a project to reaching out to prospective clients to completing an independent internal project. Though our members have a diverse range of interests and professional inclinations, all of our members possess strong analytical and communication skills, demonstrate leadership throughout campus, and have a deep commitment to furthering social causes. 
We are no longer accepting applications for Spring 2020. We will be accepting application in the Fall of 2020. 

ROLES WITHIN HILLTOP

 
 
BOARD MEMBER
 
The President of the
organization, along with
other members of the Board,
helps set the agenda for the
school year and define any
new initiatives. The Board
oversees client recruitment
and on-boarding, quality of
projects, general finances,
and other organizational
management. Each Board
member advises 1-2 new
member mentees, and serves
as a mentor for 1 project per semester.
 
 
PROJECT MANAGER
Project Managers are the
head consultants on a case
with a specific client for the
duration of the semester, 
leading a team of 5-6
Consultants to address the nonprofit's business problem.
PMs are tasked with client communication, scoping
projects, organizing and
running meetings, and
compiling research and
analysis for presentations
and final deliverables.
 
 
SENIOR CONSULTANT
Senior Consultants work
alongside PMs to determine
project priorities, lead certain
areas of research, and serve
as a mentor for newer
members. SCs act as a
liason between the PM
and the team, and help to
enforce quality standards as
they drive the project forward.
They also take on a large
amount of responsibility
during team meetings and presentations. 
 
 
CONSULTANT
Consultants collaborate in
groups of 5-6 to address a
business problem a nonprofit
is facing throughout the
duration of a semester. In
addition to preparing research,
conducting interviews,
executing analyses and
contributing in team meetings, Consultants participate
in 3 formal presentations per semester and collaborate to produce implementable final deliverables.