Deloitte will be holding an on-campus info session for their National Leadership Conference (DNLC) on January 23rd, 6 to 8 pm. For more information about this session and to register, please see the event posting under Info Sessions on COOL.
For more information on DNLC and application instructions, please see the posting on Deloitte’s website, available at https://careers.deloitte.ca/job/Toronto-Participant%2C-Deloitte-National-Leadership-Conference-2018-ON-M5C-3G7/450037900/?locale=en_US.
Applications are due January 31st, 8:59 pm PST.
KPMG will be holding an on-campus info session on Thursday, January 11th, 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm, to share details about the Ace the Case Workshop and Competition, happening on January 26th and 27th at the KPMG office.
For more information about this info session, please see Invitation to Ace the Case Info Session
Registration for this info session is now open on COOL.
Participate in KPMG’s Ace the Case, a two-day workshop and case competition, and you could win an all-expenses paid trip to one of our offices in Canada. You and your team will represent your city and compete in the National finals, while also given the opportunity to network with KPMG leaders from across the country.
- Location: Vancouver KPMG
- Date: January 26th and 27th, 2018
- Application deadline: January 11, 8:59pm PST
- You will need a cover letter, resume and transcript to apply.
- For more information and to apply, visit: kpmg.ca/acethecase
For more information, see Ace the Case Posting – Vancouver
Show off and refine your business acumen by challenging yourself and your teammates to think strategically and develop innovative solutions to real issues facing real businesses. Teams who are invited to participate in the final round of the competition will be invited to an evening reception where they will meet like-minded peers from across the province and network with BC business leaders from industry, public practice and government.
How to Participate
Form a team of three or four students from your university or college. Teams of four must have at least two students who are in their 1st or 2nd year of studies, and teams of three must have at least one student who is in their 1st or 2nd year of studies (for the purposes of the competition, DAP students are considered 4th year students, so your team must include at least one 1st or 2nd year student). There is no limit on the number of teams from each post-secondary school that are allowed to participate. See Rules and Regulations for detailed information.
Important Deadlines: Register your team here by NOON on January 31, 2018. Continue reading