Altman Vilandrie & Company is a Boston based consulting firm that "focuses on the communications, media, and related technology and investor sectors."

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We’re just getting into the thick of campus recruiting season now, and that means that the most ambitious college seniors should be in full job search mode (so get to that career fair ASAP!). I know that it seems kind of ridiculous, but there are a lot of companies that are done with their hiring for next year by early January. These are usually some of the most selective companies out there, so if you’re looking or a prestigious job, you better get moving. Altman Vilandrie & Company is one of those companies that is already recruiting. They’re a Boston based boutique consulting firm that “focuses exclusively on the communications, media, and related technology and investor sectors.” As they put it, they’re “a unique, pure play communications and media strategy consulting group.” They won’t have the broad range of clients of a larger firm, but the projects that they work on are still going to be quite variable.

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Getting a job in consulting isn’t easy. If you haven’t already made the decision to aim for a career in consulting, then you have a lot of catching up to do. You should spend some serious time investigating the industry and getting familiar with all of the major players. It wouldn’t hurt to practice your case interview skills either. Landing an entry level jobs job in consulting is a seriously intense process, and I’d imagine that holds true at Altman Vilandrie too. Considering that they only do campus recruiting at Brown, Dartmouth, Harvard, MIT, and Wellesley, you can see the kind of talent they’re looking for. With that said, they are open to hearing from students at other schools. You’re probably going to have to blow them away to even get looked at, but it’s worth reaching out to them in hopes of an Analyst position.

They do a great job of describing what life at Altman Vilandrie is like on their Culture page, so be sure to give that a good look before applying. Despite Altman Vilandrie’s focus on Media and Communications, I’d imagine that they worry more about talent than industry knowledge when it comes to entry level recruiting. If you think that you have what it takes and Altman VIlandrie isn’t visiting your campus (or you missed them), reach out to them at

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2 responses to “Altman Vilandrie & Company”

  1. Jessee says:

    Am I the only one who feels like the reviews on vault and glassdoor from AV&CO are all made up (aka fake)? It seems that their salary information is too high, not distributed among different levels, and comments about the company are generically good… I suspect it’s too good to be true, but maybe it is that good?

  2. Dan says:

    I believe the salary data on is from the Consultant position, which is entry post-MBA level. Analyst salaries are competitive with larger generalist firms. My first year analyst salary including bonus was conservatively within $5,000 of McKinsey’s currently highest reported analyst salary + bonus according to glassdoor.

    As far as the reviews sounding too good to be true, I can’t speak for the reviewers, but am not aware of any deliberate attempt to mislead anyone. From AV&Co.’s perspective, it is in their interest to set accurate expectations with incoming consultants. Since it usually takes around 6 months for them to fully ramp up, AV&Co. would end up losing a significant investment in time and resources if consultants become dissatisfied and quit as a result of false expectations.

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