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Due to the unprecedented COVID-19 outbreak and its impact on in-person events, our team has developed an alternative format for Catapult that delivers a valuable Toigo MBA Program Finalist experience while preserving the educational integrity of our programming and the engagement expected by all participants.
Toigo has made a significant investment to host Catapult on a virtual campus platform. There will be no change to the content planned; however, moving to this platform allows for greater flexibility in hosting sessions across multiple days from April 30 through May 11 in shorter time blocks. Quant Camp will also be hosted on a virtual platform separate from Catapult. Finalists will receive details when they are notified of their status.
After Catapult, Finalists will receive virtual interview questions and instructions on recording and sending your answers to the Toigo team. Questions may require you to reflect on your Catapult experience.
With Toigo, the work and connections start well before you venture onto campus—and extend over your entire career. Take a look:
Catapult. This is your early, first exposure to Toigo and potential employers. This two-day gathering is where finalists for the Toigo MBA Program have an opportunity to meet and interact with the Toigo team. On the agenda—in-depth discussions led by finance professionals from 30+ firms, insights about the Toigo experience and making the most of it; an opportunity to meet professionals from all areas of finance, from private equity and impact investing to investment banking, investment management, public careers (pensions) and more. From the more than 300 participants, approximately 60 will be selected for the Toigo MBA Program. Attendance is required of all Toigo MBA Program Finalists.
UPDATE on Toigo Quant Camp – May 2020
Quant Camp will be delivered virtually separately from Catapult.
We will post the new Catapult and Quant Camp dates, details and agendas in the coming days.
Quant Camp. As part of Catapult, you can opt-in to Quant Camp, an intensive deep-dive session on modeling—and more. It’s in-depth technical training that you’ll benefit from as you start your MBA and navigate technical interviews. Great for all, it’s proven invaluable for those switching career paths into finance.
Foundations Track | 1st Year. In your First Year as a Toigo MBA Program participant, the “Foundations Track” will provide you with the fundamental tools for a successful career in financial services, including technical and modeling training and career management coaching. You’ll also learn how to engage with the Toigo network as you explore career options and focus on your summer internship search.
Leadership Track | 2nd Year. After successfully completing the “Foundations Track” and selection as a Toigo Fellow, you will transition to the “Leadership Track” as a Second Year MBA student. Broaden your leadership capacity with individual leadership coaching and enhanced leadership programs and deepen your sector knowledge with expert-led, case-based master classes. Then prepare for the transition from the MBA to your full-time role with customized programs and coaching.
Post-MBA. Toigo’s support of you continues through the full arc of your career. As an alum of the Toigo MBA Program, you are invited to a host of events organized by Toigo, from its annual industry gathering in New York and Industry Insights events nationwide to its Groundbreakers, women in leadership programs. Importantly, you also have the full support of the Foundation to brainstorm career moves, performance discussions and more. And of course, direct access via the Toigo Marketplace to other Toigos.
APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 3/27
Given the current situation around the unprecedented COVID-19 outbreak and impact, the Toigo Foundation is extending the deadline for application to the Class of 2022 Toigo MBA Program until Friday, March 27. If you have any questions about the application process, we welcome you to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.