Bridge to Consulting Workshop

The Bridge to Consulting Workshop enables freshman/first year and sophomore/second year students from underrepresented minority groups, specifically Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, and Indigenous/Native American/Alaska Native, to explore life as an Associate at BCG.

Bridge to Consulting Workshop Overview

During this immersive workshop in the spring, attendees will:

  • Learn about our firm and the collaborative work we do
  • Meet inspirational BCG leaders and consultants
  • Network and build connections with peers from across the nation
  • Participate in interview prep to develop your interview toolkit

Characteristics of a bridge to consulting candidate

  • Current freshman/first year or sophomore/second year student at a U.S. or Canadian university who expects to graduate in 2024 or 2025, and identifies as Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, or Indigenous/Native American/Alaska Native
  • Outstanding academic achievement
  • Passionate and natural problem solvers
  • Strong leadership skills and team players
  • Excellent communication skills

Meet Our BCGers

When I was going through the recruiting journey, I remember consultants from the diversity cadre reaching out and setting up calls to give me tips for my interview. I remember telling myself, ‘Wow, these people really want me to succeed! Ever since I joined BCG, that feeling has only been amplified. The diversity network has been a strong support system and a huge contributor to my success at BCG.

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Roger Ntawukulityayo
Consultant
St. Olaf College
Minneapolis

As an extern at BCG, not only was I given mentorship and firsthand experience of onsite case work but my ideas and contributions to the team were valued as if I had been on the case since day one.

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Alessandra Blanco
Associate
Bridge Participant, GFL Intern, Summer Associate – Stanford University
Los Angeles

The Black+Latinx+Indigenous@BCG network showed me there is a place for Native Americans at BCG. Events such as the Bridge to Consulting and the Externship Program helped me see that BCG is a work environment that is both accepting and encouraging of not only my Ojibwe culture but all diversity—and I think that’s extremely rare to find and necessary in today’s society.

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Noah Cominsky
Associate
Bridge Participant, GFL Intern, Summer Associate – Harvard University
Chicago

The recruiting process with BCG was an incredible experience because BCG provided an environment where I could thrive. From the moment I set foot in the office, I knew that I had found the perfect place to begin my career. My mentor at BCG showed me all of the amazing aspects of consulting, and I knew BCG was where I belonged. I am looking forward to this summer and all of the new experiences that it will bring.

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Guillermo Amtmann
Associate
Houston

The Black+Latinx+Indigenous@BCG network network instantly felt like home! It’s been a blast meeting such talented, hard-working, and fun individuals, and I look forward to meeting many more.

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Janae Bell
Associate
GFL Intern, Summer Associate – Harvard University
Washington, DC

The Black+Latinx+Indigenous@BCG network has been a fantastic support system – investing in me both professionally and personally and enhancing my BCG experience. As a natural support system, the network has always provided me mentorship and encouraged me to pursue new challenges and opportunities.

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Abdul Ahmed
Associate
Summer Associate – University of Ottawa
Calgary

Application Details

The application deadline for Bridge to Consulting 2022 has passed. We are not able to extend this deadline.

If you are in the class of 2025, a current freshmen/first year student, please consider applying for our Growing Future Leaders Sophomore Internship Program. The application for that program will open in August 2022.

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