Diversity and inclusion are more than our ambition. They’re our advantage.
At BCG, diversity is one of our core founding values. Passionate, open-minded people of all backgrounds, genders, gender identities, sexual orientations, ethnicities, expertise, and experience are fundamental to our success as they enable us to analyze problems from a broader perspective and challenge established ways of thinking.
We seek and hire top talent from around the globe, encourage mobility across our offices and among our functional groups, and provide opportunities for our people to come together to exchange perspectives. The result is an environment in which all individuals have an opportunity to flourish and succeed.
BCG has received numerous awards and recognition for our efforts to create a more inclusive, diverse organization.
Diversity and Inclusion at BCG
One of our highest priorities is advancing our Women@BCG agenda: increasing the number, success, and satisfaction of women at the firm. We are encouraged by our progress and excited about what the future holds as we enhance opportunity, experience, and work-life integration for all our people.
Pride@BCG strives to create a fulfilling environment for worldwide LGBT community members. We ensure that all LGBT employees have opportunities to succeed and become leaders for positive change. Whether you choose to be public or private about your sexuality, BCG provides the support you need in order to grow as a person and as a professional.
BCG offers a variety of mentoring, affiliation, and development programs designed to expand and enrich the careers of African American, Asian American, and Hispanic talent for our US offices.
Our diversity initiatives have earned numerous awards and recognitions, including top 50 and top 100 rankings from Diversity MBA and Black Enterprise magazines, respectively. We support and sponsor national organizations, such as MBA Jumpstart, Hispanic Scholarship Fund, Thurgood Marshall College Fund, Society for Hispanic Professional Engineers, and National Society of Black Engineers.
We recruit top graduates by coordinating career and interviewing workshops, presentations, lunches, and other events. Through undergraduate diversity programs, we provide opportunities to underrepresented minorities, specifically Black/African Americans and Hispanics/Latinos, for mentorship, learning and development, and exposure to our work and culture.
For current freshmen and sophomores from groups underrepresented in leadership positions and in consulting, the Bridge to Consulting Workshop and the Externship Program offer the opportunity to experience BCG.
This program aims to identify, support, develop, and retain top Black/African American and Hispanics/Latinos who are current sophomores, grooming them to become leaders in consulting and the global business community.
The Africa Talent program offers exceptional candidates with strong ties to or interests in Africa an opportunity to spend one to two years at one of our offices in the US or Europe before joining one of our Africa offices.