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Success! First Ever Sloanie Team Volunteers for Community Consulting Teams (CCT)

Thank you Sloanies who participated in the Sloan Alumni Club's Career Series event, "Volunteer Consulting Opportunities with Boston Area Non-Profits." CCT recently kicked off 12 new projects for 2013 providing consulting services to health, education and

The Sloan project, led by Project Sponsor, Tricia Craig ('97) and Project Managers Lia Cavalcante Griffiths ('10) and Mary Barton ('98) also includes Leonard Francis ('09) V Prabhakar ('07) and Rachel Theran ('03). The Sloan team will be working for the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, an organization founded in 1929 that is dedicated to encouraging the science and practice of horticulture. Located in the historic Elm Bank Reservation in Wellesley, Massachusetts Horticulture's education center and gardens are a place of beauty, discovery, quiet reflection and appreciation of garden design.

The six-month CCT project will focus on helping Mass Hort develop new revenue streams to enable them to continue to deliver excellence in its educational mission and Elm Bank stewardship.

About CCT Boston - Community Consulting Teams (CCT) of Boston is an all-volunteer organization of MBA graduates that provides pro bono management consulting services to Boston-area nonprofits. CCT volunteers are business professionals who are graduates of leading business schools. Founded in 1990, CCT has completed more than 100 engagements for Boston-area nonprofit organizations through the efforts of more than 400 volunteers. Please contact Tricia Craig for more information, or to inquire about volunteering or receiving volunteer support for next year's program.

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