Campus Recruiting & Graduates

Start your career with Avascent.

Avascent recruits talent every year, including recent graduates from reputable universities in the US, UK, Canada and France.

How We Hire

Of the thousands of applicants each year, Avascent invites one to two percent to join the firm. A structured, three-phase interview process allows for education about both the firm and the candidate to hire the right talent:

Application

The Application phase requires submitting a resume, cover letter, and an unofficial transcript.

First Round Interviews

A Resume Interview explores your background, experience, and career interests, and how they may align with working at Avascent.

A Case Interview presents you with a business problem and asks you to talk through a series of questions leading to a recommendation.

Our case is designed to guide you on a specific path to recommendation; we consider a range of responses
acceptable. No prior knowledge is necessary to do well on the case; you can review a sample Avascent case here.

Final Round Interviews

A Peer Interview with a junior team member includes a series of behavior- and scenario-based questions and the sharing of a project deliverable to discuss the process for producing it.

Senior or Manager Interviews uncover your capabilities, motivation, and work-style preferences.

A Career Interview with a Talent Acquisition team member focuses on your capabilities, broader career interests, and overall alignment with Avascent.

Lunch or Coffee with additional team members gives you an opportunity to ask any questions about the company, our work, and our people.

Avascent On Campus

 Avascent recruits at the following universities. Sign into your university portal for more information.

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Johns Hopkins University
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University of Pennsylvania
Vanderbilt University

Brooke Owens Fellowship

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Avascent provides paid internships and executive mentorship for undergraduate women and gender-minority students through the Brooke Owens Fellowship program.

Avascent’s space consulting staff hosts one or two Brooke Owens Fellows for a 10-week summer internship, pairing the “Brookies” with two mentors – one junior-level consultant and another senior director – to help with career development and day-to-day work.

Brookies typically work simultaneously on two engagements, one internal research report that relates to a unique element of the space ecosystem and another client-specific consulting project. They attend space networking events with Avascent staff and industry leaders to further their career development objectives.

Recent Brookies assessed the rapidly changing global launch services and satellite communications markets, informing internal datasets and deliverables with their findings.

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