Consulting Projects

HCC aims to match clients with consulting project teams to solve challenging business problems. The final project deliverable can range from business strategy plans, marketing plans, and technology implementation plans to market research and financial models. The consulting projects often culminate with final presentations to the client. 


Please do not hesitate to email with any inquiries regarding our projects.


If your organization is interested in partnering with the HCC on a consulting project, please view our Program Package 2020-2021 and direct any inquiries to our Director of External Relations, Ethan Stokes, at

Winter 2021 Projects – Apply Now!

Are you looking for relevant experience? The Haskayne Consulting Club (HCC) is excited to announce that we are now accepting applications for our Winter 2021 consulting projects! Our goal is to provide students with a real-world taste of consulting work and to help develop our local community. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to work on a multi-disciplinary team to solve challenging business problems!


To find more information on the scope of our available consulting projects please view Students from all faculties and years of study are invited to apply.


Please complete your application at by Sunday, January 24, 11:59PM MST. HCC reviews applications on an ongoing basis, so we encourage you to apply early! For assistance with preparing your application, resume, and cover letter, please view our recruitment guide on our website. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email or attend our Winter 2021 Kick-Off event on January 21st to meet us (more details soon)!

Winter 2020 Projects (Completed)

Optimized the aircraft de-icing process. 


An assessment and look into what skills employers are looking for and how to capture them in students.

Created a new system for financial advisors that assessed client suitability using data management and financial behaviour analytics. 

Developed and implemented a business plan to impact professional women in the electricity industry. 


Built a business plan to expand and sustain operations in the Bowness Community. 

Assessed and quantified the market opportunity to evaluate potential opportunities for its lab expansion in other regions.

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Proposed a solution involving the scaling of operations to the board of the charitable foundation to serve 500 organizations across Canada. 

Supported the development and implementation of mobile technologies for clients, as well as skills-training and education