@SukLingYeung: Great question! You need to be authentic to yourself and really show your personality, be well researched and ask targeted questions that demonstrate your research. Often, if a student tweets that they're looking forward to meeting me or I know they follow me on Twitter and regular favourite or like my tweets I feel ike I know them a little already.
Hi everybody. I know that Fall recruitment session is approaching. My problem is how to stand out during the Networking session and what do need necessarily to prepare in order to impress on recruiter. Thank you.
Recruitment events can be intimidating especially with many students trying to talk with recruiters. I have a question for James - What would be the best way for the students to really stand out for you to remember them at these events?
@Jack: Hi Jack, you'll likely need the right to live and work in that counrty for them to want to hire you. You'll apply via their website following their recruitment timelines. If you don't have the corre ct working status, you can always look at transferring/ taking a secondment to another country as your career progresses.
I need advice regarding one of my problem. Actually I am a little shy and it takes me sometime to get settle with other people.I feel a little nervous when I have to join a large group in networking events. I always try to join little groups, but even then I have realized this problem comes in my way and I can't represent myself properly. I want to know is this a very big problem in representing myself and how can I improve this.
Hello everyone. Thanks for taking the time to organize this. As a recent graduate from the GTA area, I am quite interested in working in Alberta, particularly the edmonton/calgary office. I was wondering if it be possible to apply for multiple office locations, and if so would it be looked down upon
I know that PwC injects flexibility for everyone at the firm, and I know they give you the opportunity to volunteer. What was one of the most rewarding organizations you helped out with? As I am always looking for opportunities to get involved too!
@FarahHanif: Hi Farah, it depends what what role you're applying for. If you're applying for Assurance and Tax fulltime in the GTA you'll be asked to attend the PwC Professional Talent Centre - read about it here:
PwCAt PwC, recruiting has never been a one-dimensional process. It’s not just about your grades or how much volunteer work you’ve done. We look for a combination of skills, experience and personality traits.
Hi Everyone! I know PwC focuses on the "Teach Don't Tell" motto through it's Enhanced Working Practices. I am wondering how these two ideas influence the working experience and culture at PwC? Thank you!
Hi on your "Program and Event page, there will be a Waterloo Office Tour on August 20. It said to get in touch with your career centre for more details; however, I dont see anything anything on Waterloo Employer Information Sessions page
@Enad: We hire students on degree programs in accounting for our internships. In Winnipeg we therefore tend to hire from U of M and U of W. If your program is equivilent to a degree, you sohuld apply in September.