Catapult | Toigo Finalists
Catapult | April 10 – 12, 2019 | New York
Quant Camp | April 13, 2019
Catapult is an unparalleled finance training experience that will provide you with exposure to the Toigo network–from dozens of finance firm contacts to our Alumni and the Toigo team. Relationships established at this program have literally catapulted participants beyond business school into thriving careers in finance.
Participation is a required part of selection for all Toigo Fellow Finalists (Saturday Quant Camp portion is optional but highly recommended.)The opening evening (Wed) and two full-days of sessions (Thurs/Fri) are open only to those in the final round of the Toigo Fellowship application process. The one-day Quant Camp event is open to Fellow finalists and other diverse MBA candidates.
Who You’ll Meet/What to Expect. Catapult is a concentrated finance curriculum engineered to deliver in-depth insights into different finance career paths, firm interactions and contacts. We’ll feature a mix of panel discussions, small group conversations and 1/1 exchange. You’ll gain direct exposure to dozens of firms actively looking for diverse talent (summer internships and full-time), expand your network and career planning prior to the start of your MBA program. Here’s a sampling:
- INVESTMENT BANKING | Bank of America, Barclays, Credit Suisse, J.P. Morgan, Morgan Stanley, RBC Capital Markets, William Blair & Co., and more
- PRIVATE WEALTH MANAGEMENT | J.P. Morgan Asset & Wealth Management and Goldman, Sachs & Co.
- INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT | T. Rowe Price, Capital Group, Dimensional Fund Advisors, PIMCO, Vanguard, William Blair & Co.
- PRIVATE EQUITY | IMPACT INVESTING | FINTECH and more.
Cost to Attend
- $200 (non-refundable and non-transferable)
- Attendees are responsible for arranging/paying for their own transportation and accommodations.
- Toigo covers all other costs of the program–a $1,500 per student value–through the generous support of our donors.
- Toigo Fellow finalists (starting their MBA Fall 2019)
- Ethnic minorities
- Accepted or applied to an accredited US-based program (2-year is typical but includes JD/MBA, Masters in Real Estate, Masters in Finance) with a Fall 2019 start date
- Committed to pursuing a career in finance (including within the finance sector or on the finance team at a company in a mix of industries.) Questions? Review how Toigo defines a career in finance.