PCG has dedicated itself to the public sector for over 30 years. From our founding in 1986 through today, we are guided by an unwavering commitment to our clients and the communities they serve. PCG Cares is an extension of that commitment, empowering each full-time employee to volunteer up to 32 hours each fiscal year to work with and support the communities we serve.  PCG Cares’ mission is a simple one: to create a culture of inclusion, support, and happiness for our employees and the communities where we live and work. 

PCG Cares News

PCG Cares…about family

5 days ago

Our mission through PCG Cares has been to engage employees to support those most in need in our communities. As we look forward to the opportunities that lie ahead for PCG in 2019, we do so with the understanding that our future successes depend on our people.

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Happy holidays 2018 from PCG

34 days ago

Twenty-eighteen was a busy year for us at PCG – the months seemed to fly by and amazingly, the holidays are upon us again. As is our tradition at this time each year, we would like to show our appreciation of our many clients and the important work they do by announcing the recipients of our 2018 holiday giving campaign.

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PCG Cares: Thankful for community

41 days ago

November was another busy month in the U.S. as colleagues came together through PCG Cares to support local communities in the spirit of the approaching holiday season. Check out our round-up below for a taste of the different ways we’ve been getting involved.

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PCG Cares helps fight hunger

77 days ago

In honor of World Food Day on October 16th, members of PCG Cares volunteered with organizations across the country dedicated to feeding the hungry and helping those in need. Check out a snapshot of how PCG staff helped empower their communities this month below!

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PCG Cares: September update

108 days ago

At PCG, we aim to support those most in need in our communities. Here’s a few highlights of how our employees volunteered their time to that effort in the month of September.

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PCG Cares goes back to school

138 days ago

It’s hard to believe that the start of a new school year is right around the corner, but as we all know: time flies when you’re having fun! That’s certainly been the case for us at PCG this year with so many employees engaging in our PCG Cares program: seeing all the different ways our colleagues are making an impact in the communities where we live and work has been exciting, not to mention energizing.

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Celebrating year-end, PCG Cares style

168 days ago

Colleagues across the firm marked the end of our fiscal year in true PCG Cares fashion – they celebrated by volunteering in their communities and engaging in some fun team-building activities. Here are highlights from just a few of the PCG Cares events that took place from coast to coast.

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Los Patojos founder Juan Pablo Romero Fuentes sponsored by PCG at this year’s SXSWedu Conference

264 days ago

In a school of 300 students 2,500 miles from Public Consulting Group's headquarters in Boston, Juan Pablo Romero Fuentes demonstrates every day the power of an idea that is core to PCG's mission: Education, health care, and human services such as providing adequate shelter, food, clothing, and family resources are all critical services in the lives of young people. 

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Public Consulting Group hosts Job Mentoring Course for North Carolina Middle School Students

286 days ago

On March 27th, 2018, Public Consulting Group (PCG), as a part of the North Carolina Business Community for Education (NCBCE)’s statewide Students@Work Initiative, hosted a group of 14 middle school students in its Raleigh office for a crash course in the world of public sector consulting. Throughout the day, students met with PCG staff to learn more about how 

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Boston Staff Springs into Service

290 days ago

Shout out to PCG Cares Boston! On Friday, March 23rd, several Boston staffers volunteered at City Year Boston for the Spring into Service Event. Volunteers made bookmarks and created and assembled MCAS supply goody bags for students in five Boston Public Schools. Groups also put together shelving for a local Boston homeless shelter. Thanks to all Boston folks who participated.

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