Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Signs as New WHC Client

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Office of Experiential Learning signs WHC Founder, Will Holmes as the Mentor in Residence for the 2020 Class of MBA students. In this contracted role, Holmes will:

  • Connect Baltimore non-profits and growing businesses to the school’s programs
  • Lead their annual Scope A Thon for incoming MBA students
  • Lead the Consulting Lab
  • Mentor MBA students as they interact with the business community
  • Share experiences as a seasoned Business Consultant
  • Help guide MBA students to business solutions for clients in the consulting lab

Will Holmes is excited to work with the Carey Business School and all the incredible students who aspire to be business consultants. The MBA students are from countries all around the world and many will be returning home after they finish at Hopkins. Holmes says, “The idea of interacting with global students who will take my advice with them as they return to their home countries is very exciting. To create such a ripple effect in the global business community is an incredible opportunity and I am grateful.”

If you would like to work with Will Holmes or any of the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School students, please contact us using the form below.