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GRC High-School
Start a Branch. Make an Impact.

Why starting a GRC branch is a great opportunity


Global Research and Consulting high-school branches function as independent clubs, being part of a powerful and growing network of current students and alumni. As the Founder and President of a GRC High-School branch you are able to (1) be a leader in your community, (2) be part of a Global network of like-minded individuals, and (3) inspire your peers to help make the world a better place.

How GRC High-School branches make an impact

GRC High-School Branches primarily make an impact based on 3 main functions:

  1. Writing short-form research articles about global issues (e.g sustainable development, global health, technology for good) throughout the semester and distributing your papers around your school/community

  2. Raising awareness by hosting events at your local high-school or within your local community

  3. Showcasing your best work by taking part in the annual GRC global essay competition which is judged by students from top universities (Harvard, Yale, MIT, Berkeley etc.). Top papers will be posted on the GRC Global website and winners will intern with GRC University branches throughout the semester. They will have an opportunity to support university teams that are consulting for social impact non-profits and receive a university mentor 

  4. Learning how to put together a top-notch consulting case on social impact topics by taking part in the spring semesters’ GRC High School Case Competition.

For students who are interested in being founders of a GRC branch at their high school.

Steps in becoming a GRC High-School Founder

  1. Complete the Founding Member Application

  2. Find a faculty member at your high school who is willing to advise and support you

  3. Interview with a member of GRC Group's Global Management Team. Interviews for the spring will begin in November.

  4. Put together your leadership team and start building your branch 

  5. Make an Impact!

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