KPMG Inside Look Campus Program

Submitted by Meghan Forbes | Posted on June 29, 2017
Career

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KPMG Inside Look Campus Program

KPMG Inside Look is a dive headfirst into your full-time future. This exclusive event provides you an opportunity to come together with top students interested in career opportunities in the GTA for a one day conference of high energy team building, interactive workshops, industry insights, networking, and an inside look at what a career with KPMG may hold.

As a well-rounded business professional, who is committed to pursuing their CPA designation, Inside Look’s intimate setting and action-packed agenda will allow you to explore the countless opportunities available to you and connect you with members of the KPMG recruiting team, as well as key decision makers right before the September recruiting season.

This is your chance to:

  • Strengthen your relationships: Connect with staff, and senior accountants who were in your shoes a short time ago. Learn about your next steps after University.
  • Map your career: Get to know our Partners as they share their KPMG story. Discover the experiences and opportunities that shape success.
  • Drive your development: Explore our CPA training program and broaden your knowledge of our cross-functional Avenues program.

Inside Look Event Details

Date: Thursday, August 10
Location: KPMG’s Toronto North Office, Vaughan
Application deadline: July 9, 11:59 pm EST
How to Apply: Apply online at: kpmg.ca/careers with your cover letter, resume, and transcript (unofficial). Address documents to “Hiring Manager”

Please note, the event is for undergraduate students entering their 4th year or masters students and looking for full-time CPA opportunities starting in Fall 2018.

 

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