The Future of Networking: The Inter-Collegiate Consulting Network Start-up Company's Web Site Will Mark a New Era in Networking

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College sophomore Bennett Resnik has started a consulting network for students to connect, collaborate, and aid in career advancement. Inter-Collegiate Consulting Network is a platform for undergraduate and graduate students on a global level.

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I thought, 'there must be other college consulting group presidents in my position,' so I wanted to create one comprehensive network.

The Inter-Collegiate Consulting Network (http://www.TheICCN.com)--is a multi dimensional platform unlike any other. The ICCN's purpose is to connect students involved in consulting groups at universities and colleges across the United States, including students in both undergraduate and M.B.A. programs. The web site's features include blogs, forums and the ability to upload resumes and case studies; allowing students to collaborate on projects, exchange ideas, answer questions, and assist in career advancement.

The Inter-Collegiate Consulting Network (ICCN) is a New York-based start-up company founded by Bennett Resnik of James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA. Founder and CEO Bennett Resnik, after trying to start a consulting group on his own campus, realized that the same concept would apply on a national basis, and began communicating with universities and colleges across the country to begin establishing the Inter-Collegiate Consulting Network. "I thought, 'there must be other college consulting group presidents in my position,' so I wanted to create one comprehensive network." The advantages of an entire network are endless.

Unlike many current networking outlets, the ICCN is a platform for like-minded students to connect and share information. ICCN reaches a laser-targeted demographic of self-starting and driven college and MBA students who are or will be seeking careers in consulting and related industries. When asked what his hopes for the future of the site are, Mr. Resnik said, "We are very excited for the next phase to take life; I hope that students can bring what they've learned from the ICCN back to their respective groups on campus."

Our unique initial networking structure helps students practice their skills, express their creativity, and realize their goals in consulting.

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