KPMG Community Impact Day (In-Person) | Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics

KPMG Community Impact Day (In-Person)

Date and Time


KPMG Bay-Adelaide Centre Office (333 Bay Street, Toronto ON) 


KPMG Community Impact Day (KCID) is a unique opportunity to experience KPMG’s Impact strategy firsthand and to volunteer in your community. At KPMG we empower our people to reach their full potential through engaging with our communities and we want you to join us. 

Collaborating with a major not-for-profit organization, KPMG is providing the opportunity for you to take part in a Poverty Simulation; an exceptional and impactful experience that tests assumptions, alters viewpoints, and enhances comprehension and empathy. The in-person Poverty Simulation and additional volunteer opportunity is a great way for you to build relationships with people at KPMG while also learning about KPMG and potential career opportunities. 

Audience: Undergraduate business or STEM students who have not received a future-dated offer from KPMG   
Date: Monday, August 19th, 2024
Where: KPMG Bay-Adelaide Centre Office (333 Bay Street, Toronto ON) 
Deadline to register: Sunday June 16th, 2024, at 11:59 PM local time 

Registration Link: KPMG Community Impact Day  


Virtual Option 
Please note there is an additional event being held virtually on Wednesday, July 17th, 2024, to accommodate students unable to attend this event in-person and/or those who are interested in other offices in Ontario. Applications to attend the virtual event can also be submitted via the link above. 

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