Apollo is revamping recruiting and softening its culture. Here's a look.Subscribe
Apollo is looking to double assets in five years, and it will need more people — as well as additional funds from investors — to get there.
Some changes have been upgrading office spaces with collaborative-working areas, along with building a new cafeteria, gym, and coffee bar for employees to mingle at.
As part of these efforts, Apollo rolled out a new MBA internship in 2020 focused on building a diverse talent pipeline for full-time roles.
The firm hosted 11 summer associates this year, Apollo told Business Insider. The class was 55% women, 36% minorities, and 9% veterans.