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KPMG Talent Boost -Virtual Career Panel

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Online through Zoom (details to be provided after registration is closed)


Skyrocket your Career - Looking to give yourself a boost before fall recruitment? Join KPMG's Talent Boost Series this summer!

To ensure you feel empowered throughout your recruitment journey, KPMG has developed Talent Boost! Talent Boost is a series of virtual events that will be hosted throughout the summer to learn about KPMG and the career opportunities available in Audit, Tax, Advisory and Digital. Each event will feature speakers from KPMG's Regions East offices (Southwestern ON, Northern ON, Eastern ON and Atlantic Canada) who will present on topics, facilitate discussions and be available to answer questions.

Date: Thursday, July 30, 2020
Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Virtual event via Zoom. Registered attendees will receive join info electronically once registration has closed.
Open to: Commerce Students 

The July session will focus on exposing you to the different career opportunities available at KPMG, and learning career insights from their professionals. See below for further details! **Deadline to register is Tuesday, July 28, at 11:59 pm EST.
KPMG Career Panel Speakers:

  • Jocelyn Kaludis (Campus Program Manager)
  • Lucy Awde (Campus Recruitment Coordinator)
  • Kyle Ellis, KPMG Sudbury (Senior Manager, Audit)
  • Candace Sears, KPMG Fredericton (Senior Manager, Enterprise Tax)
  • Michelle Chu, KPMG Ottawa (Senior Manager, Internal Audit Risk & Compliance Services)
  • Daniel Guglielmo, KPMG Hamilton (Consultant, Valuations)
  • David Kilby, KPMG Ottawa (Manager, Strategy & Operations Consulting)


NOTE: This is the registration page for the July event only. In August/September events will be promoted separately)

About the Business Career Development Centre

The Business Career Development Centre (BCDC) offers tailored career support to business students at the University of Guelph. The BCDC provides access to workshops, events and services including mentoring and networking opportunities, one-on-one career coaching, and assistance building your professional online presence. The BCDC strives to ensure the legitimacy of external events and workshops posted we promote to students. As a participant in any event or workshop, we encourage you to exercise due diligence, and research the integrity of the organization(s) prior to attending. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our office. For more information, please visit the Business Career Development Centre web page.

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