Attention Level 3 and 4 Students: Distinctly Deloitte Information Session

Submitted by Meghan Forbes | Posted on August 4, 2017
Career

Submitted on behalf of: SE-CPD. This message doesn't apply to part-time students.

Are you a Level 3 or 4 Student? Interested in Working at Deloitte?

Are you interested in pursuing your CPA in one of these service lines?

  • Audit
  • Tax
  • Financial Advisory
  • Risk Advisory (Operational Risk)
  • Finance Consulting

Learn more about Deloitte at their Information Session

Event Details

When: Thursday, Sept. 7 (8 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.)

 

Registration closes on Aug. 25 and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Once registration has closed, students will receive a confirmation email with event details.

Event Format

  • During the three-hour event, students will rotate in a group through various sessions at designated times. Students can choose how they spend their day – spending more time networking or attending each breakout – but can expect the following:
  • Small group conversations on various Deloitte topics throughout the session
  • Short presentations showcasing life at the firm
  • A networking space with Deloitte practitioners and Partners
  • The opportunity to take a peek at the state-of-the-art building

Preparing for the Event

  • Here are a few key items students should keep in mind when preparing for the sessions:
    • Dress code for the event is business professional
  • If students are unsure of what this means, ask them to think about what they would wear to an interview
    • There will be approximately 40 Deloitte representatives available to connect with during the session; We encourage students to speak to as many practitioners and Partners as they can throughout the event

For registration information, please see OSCARplus – Business Events

 

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