KPMG: Women in Deals Conference | Applications due June 26

| June 20, 2022
Submitted by Chantal Godin for Career and Professional Development

This conference is designed for individuals who self-identify as women, and are interested in pursuing a career within KPMG’s Deal Advisory Practice. It is an inclusive leadership program that motivates, encourages, and empowers Women to bring their whole self to the workplace while introducing them to the culture and opportunities at KPMG. During this in-person conference, you will experience interactive workshops, industry insights and networking opportunities to discover where a career at KPMG can take you. At KPMG, we are committed to building an inclusive workplace where our people can find belonging and reach their potential.

The goal of the KPMG Women in Deals Conference is to be an inclusive leadership program that motivates, encourages, and empowers Women to bring their whole self to the workplace while introducing them to the culture and opportunities at KPMG.

Event Details:

Thursday, July 21

  • Time: TBD
  • Location: KPMG Bay-Adelaide Centre
  • Dress code: Business Casual
  • Apply: KPMG website
    • Application deadline: Sunday, June 26 at 11:59 p.m. (ET)

All applications must include a video submission, cover letter, resume, and an electronic copy of your most recent transcript. Further details on the video submission can be found in the posting.

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