Community Consulting Teams of Boston (CCT) amplifies the impact of Boston-area nonprofits through pro bono management consulting projects performed by teams of experienced MBAs from top-tier business schools.
Community Consulting Teams volunteers and clients are hard at work on their projects. Following the January kick off event, Project Managers have led their teams through the first halves of the projects. Each team delivers an Interim presentation to the client in late March or early April to share progress and get client feedback. At this point, some teams may adjust their workplans in response to the client’s interest in a particular option presented or issue uncovered in the first half of the project. In the final stretch, teams will complete their research, finish their calculations, and sharpen their recommendations to deliver a final report in May. Once all of the hard work is done, it’s time to celebrate! Mark your calendars for Thursday, June 12 to attend one of the most inspirational annual events in Boston.
One of CCT’s longtime volunteers is Elizabeth Atkin. Elizabeth has worked on seven CCT client projects…three times as a team member and four times as project manager…more than any other volunteer! She has also served twice on the CCT project development team to help screen and evaluate client applications.
Community Consulting Teams of Boston (CCT) has awarded consulting project grants to eleven highly deserving Boston-area nonprofits for the 2013-14 project cycle. The competitive selection process evaluates client applications based on the nonprofit’s demonstrated need, organizational stability and readiness to plan and implement change. We were gratified to receive a record number of applications from former clients.