Frequently Asked Questions
How do I become an SCC Member?
Please contact a current executive team member or message our Facebook page at @schulichconsulting and we will arrange it for you. Note: the fee to become a member is $20 and you can pay by either cash or via Universe.
Can students from external schools participate in SCC's workshops or events?
External students are more than welcome to participate in SCC’s annual Undergraduate Consulting Conference (UCC) Case Competition! Workshops are currently only for York University members unless otherwise specified.
Who do I contact if I am interested in partnering with SCC?
Thank you for your interest in partnering with SCC! Please do not hesitate to reach out to email@example.com or an executive member via Linkedin; contact information can be found on the About Us page.
What is the SCC membership program?
As a member of the Schulich Consulting Club, students can connect with consultants from various firms, learn about careers in the industry, and gain a competitive edge in consulting recruitment. SCC members also have free access to monthly workshops, networking opportunities, and firm information sessions for further preparation for a career in consulting.
How can I join the SCC Executive Team?
Recruitment for the 2021/2022 SCC Executive Team will occur at the beginning of the winter term. Stay tuned on SCC’s
Instagram pages for additional information!
Are memberships only available to Schulich undergraduate students?
SCC memberships are only available to undergraduate Schulich and York University students. However, SCC welcomes external undergraduate students for certain events such as the Undergraduate Consulting Conference unless otherwise stated.
Who do I contact if I need accessibility accommodations?
SCC is committed to creating a respectful and inclusive environment, providing adequate accessibility accommodations for all students. If you are a person who requires accessibility accommodations, please contact SCC at firstname.lastname@example.org so your accommodation needs may be met.