Welcome to BCG at Stern, where you will find information about Stern campus events, recruiting contacts, and our application process.
On behalf of our Talent Acquisition team, we are thrilled you're interested in consulting at BCG. We think you will find that BCG has a great deal to offer you as a career choice and hope you will explore opportunities to learn more about our organization by attending our events and meeting our people.
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Warmly, Molly, on behalf of The BCG Talent Acquisition Team
Meet Our Team
Molly holds a BA in Marketing from Michigan State University and recently completed her Masters' in Human Resource Management and Organizational Development from Eastern Michigan University. Molly has spent the majority of her career in the non-profit space focusing specifically on early career candidates.
Talent Acquisition Specialist
Sarah joined the BCG Talent Acquisition team in 2017 and is based in the Chicago office. She helps to oversee on campus recruiting for MBA and Advanced Degree candidates. Prior to BCG, Sarah worked in undergraduate recruiting for FTI Consulting and has a degree from the University of Michigan.
Talent Acquisition Manager
Emily is a Project Leader based out of the New Jersey office. Prior to BCG, she worked in marketing and communications at Burger King (Restaurant Brands International). She received her Bachelors degree from Northwestern University and her MBA from NYU Stern. Outside of work, she enjoys hiking, musical theater, and the Great British Bake Off.
BCGer on Campus
Racquel is the Talent Acquisition Manager for all North American-based recruiting for BCG's international offices. Racquel is located in the Boston office and graduated from Boston College with a major in History and a minor in Philosophy. In her free time, Racquel loves to run and spend time on the beach.
Global Talent Acquisition Manager
Molly oversees campus recruiting for those interested in digital strategy consulting roles. Molly is originally from Boston and currently lives in New York. Prior to BCG, Molly worked at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in clinical research administration. On the weekends, she loves to read, try new restaurants, and spend time outside.
Talent Acquisition Senior Specialist
For candidates interested in our BCG offices outside of the US and Canada, please refer to our BCG International Events Page for upcoming events and other information here.
October 3rd - 6:30PM - 8:00PM ET The BCG NYC Office 10 Hudson Yards, New York
BCG Recruiting Kick-Off
Register below for this in-person networking event to hear from BCG consultants and members of our Talent Acquisition team.
Consulting at BCG will connect you with endless opportunities to learn and grow as you help our clients solve some of the world's biggest problems, while collaborating with talented colleagues who bring out the best in each other. Join this virtual session to hear from BCG consultants and members of our Talent Acquisition team. Registrants will receive a Zoom link ahead of the event.
Pride@BCG connects LGBTQ+ BCGers with inspiring colleagues and mentors--as well as opportunities to drive impact well beyond the firm. Join this virtual session to meet members of this dynamic network, and hear firsthand how BCG's inclusive culture, passionate allies, committed mentors, and leading-edge benefits have shaped their careers and supported their growth. Registrants will receive a Zoom link ahead of the event.
BCG’s Public Sector practice is one of the largest practice areas at BCG, with deep expertise in every area of government from economic development and infrastructure, to education and healthcare systems. Learn more about how clients in most major markets around the world trust BCG to improve the financial, economic and societal well-being of their citizens.
BCG's Asian Diversity Network (ADN) unites colleagues from across the firm for community and mentorship, and to explore topics on the minds of Asian BCGers today. Join this virtual session to connect with network members and hear how the ADN's mission to help them "succeed professionally and flourish personally" has enhanced their experience working at BCG. Registrants will receive a Zoom link ahead of the event.
Please join us for our Black+Latinx@BCG and Indigenous@BCG Panel as BLxI leaders share their experiences and insights gained over the course of their careers, as well as answer your questions. The networks are a powerful source of support for underrepresented groups, and a dynamic force for change within BCG and beyond. This virtual session will introduce you to network members who'll share insight on working at BCG and the role that the network and its passionate allies play in their continued success. Registrants will receive a Zoom link ahead of the event.
BCG’s Climate & Sustainability practice is one of the largest growing practice areas at BCG! Learn more about the work we do in Climate & Sustainability. Registrants will receive a Zoom link ahead of the event.
It’s an exciting time to join BCG! Please apply here by November 26, 2023 at 11:59 PM ET. You will be asked to provide:
Your office preference(s)—up to three, weighted to reflect your level of interest in each
A cover letter (truly optional—you may upload your resume twice if the system requires an upload and you do not want to submit a cover letter)
An indication of your interest in the Digital Consultant role. Digitally-tagged consultants have previous digital/technical work experience and desire to spend a meaningful amount of their career working on and solving digital problems.
Online Case The application process includes an online problem-solving assessment that must be completed on December 1, 2023 between 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM ET. All applicants are required to take the online problem solving assessment to complete their application. The assessment takes ~40 minutes and must be completed within the above time range.
Pymetrics If you apply to a US BCG office, you will also receive an email inviting you to play the pymetrics games after you submit your application. These 12 neuroscience-based games provide insight into your cognitive and emotional attributes and your potential for success at BCG. The games take ~25 minutes to play, and you will have 48 hours to play them after receiving the invitation. For more information on pymetrics, please click here. If you have already played the pymetrics games as part of a previous BCG application, you will not be prompted to play the games again as we already have your results on file.
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