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HEC Junior Conseil is the junior enterprise of HEC Paris, an association which is both involved with campus life and an employer just the same. Every year a campaign elects a new team in November, and offers high-quality studies in a range of expertise such as audit, marketing, entrepreneurship. The association employs more than 300 students as task officers each year, as well as offering services to prestigious clients such as google, Bain and Microsoft.

The mission:

  • Junior Conseil offers its expertise in marketing, strategy, finance, communication and enterprise start-ups. Student members receive training from the society’s partners (BCG, KMPG and Oliver Wyman) in areas such as business plans, client relationships, market studies, and presentations. This training prepares them for the projects they will undertake as members of Junior Conseil, and in their future professional endeavours.
  • After training, members make up part of one of two mandates each year, between November and June. There are typically 20-21 people for each mandate and both work together, building on the training they received in the first year.
  • The second mission of Junior Conseil is providing students on campus with a source of remunerated work, which allows them to put into practice the skills they have learned throughout the year. For example, they are encouraged to make business plans, benchmarks, and start-ups, putting to use the skills they have gained from class.
  • The society brings a lot of life to the HEC campus with a range of professional events, POWs, and organised dinners with former Junior Conseil members.

Key events:

  • The Junior Conseil campaign is an event that occurs every year, where students apply to become one of the administrators of the society. The elections take place at the end of November, after a series of professional trials including tasks such as event organisation.
  • Breakfasts at the “batzet” and two big POWs each year are organised on campus.
  • The association takes part in the Weekend of Integration (WEI) and the ‘Acceuil Admissible’ every year.
  • Every year the society organises a dinner, inviting former Junior Conseil members and current members, this provides the opportunity for alumni to reunite and reminisce and creates an ideal opportunity for current students to learn from the experienced.
  • Junior Conseil also has their own award, the Junior Enterprise Award, which is awarded to one of the many humanitarian societies at HEC to help them in their projects. In 2017, the society had €5000 to award so decided to divide the money between three humanitarian societies.

Why join this society?

  • Being a member of Junior Conseil is the perfect opportunity to gain access to a highly profitable networking community. First-year students in particular, can benefit greatly from becoming admins of the society, and discovering their professional interests with help from the diverse network of business people with whom they interact.
  • The society also gives students paid work experience where they can develop both hard and soft skills, such as mastering Excel, PowerPoint, and statistical studies, all of which are great additions to a CV.
  • Members are paid for the work they carry out, therefore benefit from an extra source of income.

Members/president/committee:

  • The current president is Nicolas Rozier.
  • The main sponsors include: Oliver Wyman, KPMG and BCG.
  • The Junior Conseil team consists of 18 Project Managers who have passed their individual selection process and collective test, and have then gone on to receive a 5-month training program alongside their studies. Training in Customer Relations and Development of Business Plans is provided by KMPG, whilst Oliver Wyman provides database, and strategic consulting training.
  • The society has 1414 contributors in total among the students at HEC, including several year groups.

The society’s history:

Founded in 1971, HEC Junior Conseil has since carried out over 4000 studies and has created a network of over 400 HEC alumni. They strive to develop the services they provide by creating ever more modern and international partnerships with Junior Enterprises outside of France. In 1989, the society joined the JADE network and in 2014 joined the JEWC project.