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Talent Boost August Session -KPMG Interviewing Best Practices

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Time to Give your Career a Boost!
To ensure you feel empowered throughout your recruitment journey, KPMG has developed Talent Boost! Talent Boost is a series of virtual events that KPMG will be hosting throughout the summer where you can learn more about KPMG, the career options available, and how to be successful through their application process. These events are intended for students who are considering an opportunity with a KPMG Regions East Office (Southwestern ON, Northern ON, Eastern ON and Atlantic Canada). Guest speakers from a Regions East office will share their interviewing best practices, discuss what stands out, and be available for questions.

This final session will focus on how to be successful during an interview with KPMG. 

Talent Boost August Session -KPMG Interviewing Best Practices  

Date: Thursday August 27th  
Time: 11am-12pm EST  
Location: Virtual Event through Zoom (details to be provided after registration is closed)
Who: Current undergraduate business students who will be applying for summer/co-op/intern and full-time positions for 2021
Register: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FWFKFYT
Deadline to register is Tuesday August 25th at 11:59PM EST

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