PwC Campus Summer and Full-Time Recruitment Information Sessions | August 30, August 31, September 7 and September 8

| August 26, 2021
Submitted by Chantal Godin for Career and Professional Development

Interested in learning more about a CPA career at PwC Canada? The PwC Greater Toronto Area & South Western Ontario (GTA & SWO) Campus Team will be hosting information sessions to meet their applicants virtually! This is a great opportunity for you to hear from the Campus Talent Acquisition team and learn more about the firm, and the application process for their 2022 opportunities in the GTA and SWO offices.

What you need to know:

  • Sessions will give insight into the firm culture and how you can create your future at PwC Canada
  • Each session will be 1 hour and will include an overview of the application process and key dates (30 minutes) followed by a speaker panel (30 minutes)
  • Select only one session you would like to attend based on your availability and the role you will be applying for
    • Remember, you’ll be asked to apply to just one role across PwC Canada in our fall recruitment campaign (you may indicate second and third office preference in this application
  • Application deadline: Friday August 27 at 11:59 p.m. (EDT)
  • This is an invite only event and is targeted toward students interested in pursuing a role in one of our CPA lines of service (Assurance, Risk Assurance, or Tax) in 2022
    • If you’re selected, you’ll be contacted prior to the event with more details
  • The dress code is smart casual

Event Details (Summer 2022 Advance Internship Sessions):

Monday, August 30

Tuesday, September 7

Event Details (Full-Time 2022 Opportunities Sessions):

Tuesday, August 31

Wednesday, September 8

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