Get to Know BDO Open House Events

| April 18, 2019
Submitted by Meghan Forbes for SE-CPD
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Get to Know BDO Open House Events

Join us at one of our open house events happening at BDO offices across the country in May and June. This is an exciting opportunity to learn firsthand what a future career at BDO could look like. You will have the chance to:

  • Gain insight into the challenging and engaging work we do
  • Learn about our different service lines and what opportunities are available for students
  • Meet our BDO team and build your professional network
  • Experience our BDO culture and what makes our firm a great place to work
  • Check out our office space and have some fun!

We are interested in connecting with top talent students and are looking for the following:

  • You are currently working towards a degree or diploma, focused in accounting/business
  • You are working towards or would like to pursue your CPA or applicable designation (I.e. CFA)
  • You have a desire to provide outstanding client service and a commitment to teamwork
  • You have proven leadership skill and can take initiative to seek understanding
  • You display strong problem solving, analytical, and communication skills
  • You are active in your school and community through extracurricular activities

Event Details:

This will be an exclusive event and an opportunity to learn more about BDO, hear from a group of panel speakers, learn about our service lines, tour our office and network!

  • May 22 – evening – Waterloo
  • May 31 – 2 – 7:30 p.m. – GTA
  • June 5 – evening – Guelph
  • June 6 – afternoon/evening – Barrie
  • June 11 – evening – London

See OSCARplus Events for application details. Application closes April 28.

 

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