FAECTOR Consultancy Project (FCP) Committee

Note that you can only apply for this committee if you are a Bachelor 2 student or higher. 

Applications for the FAECTOR Consultancy Project Committee 2022-2023 open in September 2022!

The FAECTOR Consultancy Project (FCP) Committee helps non-profit organisations and small companies with data analytics projects, while at the same time providing students the opportunity to put their econometric knowledge into practice. Students will gain valuable experience as a consultant and improve both their analytical and soft skills in a team accompanied by professionals. The students work in teams of 5 and participate in several trainings that will help them with the execution of the project. Previous partners were Diergaarde Blijdorp, The Royal Dutch Guide Dog Foundation (KNGF Geleidehonden), the Hartstichting and football club Excelsior.

As a member of the FCP Committee, you will be in charge of setting up the consultancy projects from scratch! You will start off with the acquisition for the partners. Then, you will be helping the partners with developing the projects, organising trainings and keeping in close contact with the partners, the university and other involved parties. Besides that, you will be selecting and supervising the consultancy teams.

Next to organising the FCP, the committee is responsible for the acquisition of the FAECTOR app. The FAECTOR app contains local deals exclusively for our members. As a committee member you get to contact various local institutions and restaurants which will hopefully result in even more deals for all FAECTORians. 

The last task of the FCP committee is to help with FAECTOR's charity projects. The committee is free to choose whether they want to help other charity projects by promoting them, or whether they want to help out with the actual charity projects themselves.

The FAECTOR Consultancy Project Committee 2021-2022 consists of the following students:

  • Kiki Brinkman (Chairman)
  • Roline Peelen (Marketing officer)
  • Oscar Loon (Treasurer)
  • Niels Koot (Supervisor from the board)