Toigo Difference: Rise Above

Toigo was founded to help reduce the typical barriers to entry for minority MBA candidates–by providing introductions, connections and a vibrant, lifelong network. We’ve built our network for you and deep connections with top firms in the industry for the past 30 years so you could have those introductions at the tip of your fingers with stand-out recognition. We support you as you become leaders within the finance industry.

Become a Fellow and you become part of the Toigo Family day one. Reach out to any of Toigo’s 1,300+ Alumni, and you will be heard. Questions get answered, your connections and confidence will grow. As a Fellow, your network will also expand beyond your campus to 150+ other first and second year Fellows.

Toigo invests in you–up to $10,000 in the leadership development and career coaching of each of our Fellows. Part of this investment includes a recognition award available to first-year Fellows and additional awards to second-year Fellows for stand-out service and leadership. But that’s just a fraction of the full value Toigo delivers. designed just for you. Universally, Toigo Fellows agree: It’s the extended professional “family” that sets this organization apart.

The Toigo Fellowship helps you rise above the rest.

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Toigo Perspectives | Podcasts

Fellow and Alumni perspectives are the best way to get a first-hand view of Toigo and the Fellowship experience. Our podcasts below run 7-8 minutes a piece. Take a listen.

Grow with Toigo    >Listen to the podcast

The Toigo Fellowship is focused on helping you grow and achieve your potential as a finance professional – not just while you’re in business school, but lifelong.

  • Ximena Gonzalez, Toigo Fellow | Georgetown McDonough, Class of 2019

 

The Toigo Community  > Listen to the podcast

The Toigo Fellow and Alumni network is recognized as one of the strongest professional networks in the nation. For those on the inside, Toigo is most importantly a family.

  • Leon Evans, Toigo Fellow | Chicago Booth, Class of 2019

 

Toigo’s Responsibility  > Listen to the podcast

Toigo is not a scholarship program but a fellowship which equates to a tremendous responsibility not only focused on your own success but that of others.

  • Jennifer Carmichael, Toigo Fellow | Stanford GSB, Class of 2020

 

Grow with Toigo  > Listen to the podcast

The Toigo Fellowship is focused on helping you grow and achieve your potential as a finance professional – not just while you’re in business school, but lifelong.

  • Brian Santana De La Rosa, Toigo Fellow | HBS, Class of 2019

 

The Toigo Investment   > Listen to the podcast

Toigo is making an investment in you but you are also expected to make an investment in Toigo – your time, talents, and treasure.

  • Brentt Baltimore, Toigo Alumni | Chicago Booth, Class of 2018

 

Building Connections with Toigo   > Listen to the podcast

The Toigo Fellow and Alumni network is recognized as one of the strongest professional networks in the nation.

  • Amy Duffuor, Alumni | Wharton, Class of 2018