PwC: Canada Scholarship and Mentorship Program

| January 6, 2022
Submitted by Simran Dhillon for CPD
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PwC is unwavering in their commitment to create a more equitable and inclusive environment where everyone feels like they belong and can reach their full potential. As part of their efforts to create a more diverse and inclusive workplace and society, they’re excited to offer the PwC Canada Scholarship and Mentorship program again this year.

What you need to know:

  • The PwC Canada Scholarship and Mentorship program will provide financial support to post-secondary students who are Black, Indigenous and/or Persons with Disabilities with an expected graduation date of December 2022 or later, and demonstrate the five PwC professional attributes
  • Up to 10 scholarships available, each scholarship is for $5,000
  • Scholarship recipients will receive an offer of paid employment at PwC Canada (acceptance of position is optional and will not impact receipt of scholarship) in Assurance, Tax, or Advisory
  • Scholarship recipients will be paired with a professional from PwC Canada who’ll provide mentorship and coaching for one year
  • Application deadline: Tuesday, January 25 at 11:59 p.m. (EST)

Learn more about the PwC Canada Scholarship and Mentorship program on the PwC website.

To apply, visit the PwC website.

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