Salesforce Career Journey – Register by 2/17

If you have an interest in consulting, Salesforce, and how technology is changing the world, then the Salesforce Career Journey virtual learning program is for you!  

Get started by registering for Salesforce Career Journey!

Are you ready to jumpstart your career in the growing Salesforce ecosystem? A recent IDC study shows Salesforce partners are projected to help produce more than 9.3 million new jobs and $1.6 trillion in new business revenue by 2026. The Salesforce Career Journey will further augment your passion to learn about Salesforce Consulting. Salesforce Career Journey has a more flexible schedule and will provide you with opportunities to connect with Deloitte professionals to learn about the different career opportunities within Salesforce Consulting. 

In this free, six-week immersive learning journey, you will learn about the different career paths in the Salesforce ecosystem, hear Deloitte leaders share why Salesforce consulting is so highly demanded, and receive practical tips and tricks for the recruitment process. You will also be able to informally network with Deloitte practitioners in the Ask Us Anything session. Lastly, you will be able to earn resume-worthy credentials on Salesforce’s learning platform, Trailhead, where you’ll follow along with a course Trailmix (or collection of modules) and also have the opportunity to explore any other modules that interest you. 

In the Trailhead Leaderboard competition, you will compete based on the number of badges you complete, and the top winners will receive various Deloitte swag and experiences. Additionally, in each of the Virtual Seminars, one lucky attendee will be selected as a raffle winner.  

Registration is open now for all that are currently attending a US College or University. Make sure your registration is submitted by February 17th, 2023! 

Register here

See Official Rules for more details here  

Program limited to students in the U.S. registered at a U.S. based college or university 

By Kristin Helm
Kristin Helm Senior Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Development, Pulsifer Career Center