Sign up today! Deloitte Canada: Community Case Competition 2023

| September 21, 2023
Submitted by Alex Cotoc for DeGroote School of Business
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Welcome to the fifth iteration of the Deloitte Community Case Competition (DC3). Through this competition, we have the pleasure of offering students the opportunity to hone their problem-solving skills, as they provide an impactful recommendation for a Not-For-Profit (NFP) organization.

We are excited to offer this opportunity to students attending academic institutions located in the provinces of Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia.

Please note that after registration has closed, students who have applied and been accepted will be distributed among the different provinces based on the province of their academic institution. This means that each province will have their own set of student teams, as well as their own Not-For-Profit partner organization.

After students have been distributed, the selection committees within each province will group students into teams of 4. There will be a maximum of 8 teams per province who will then be invited to a presentation on Thursday, November 16, which will be held exclusively in person. Teams will then have one week to prepare a recommendation which they will present to a judging panel of Deloitte and NFP representatives.

Presentations will be held exclusively in person on Friday, November 24 throughout the day, and awards will be presented at the end.


  • Register here.
  • The deadline to register is Thursday, November 2 at 5:00 p.m. (EST).
  • To apply, you must combine and submit the following documents into a single PDF file entitled “DC3_Application2023_FirstName_LastName”:
    • CV
    • Unofficial Transcript

Please do not hesitate to reach out to with any questions.

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