Oftentimes, we place our professional development at the bottom of our priority list. This year, take a moment to think about what you would like to achieve in terms of your career. Setting specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timely (SMART) goals at the beginning of the year will increase your chances of actually achieving your goals. Not sure what a career-related goal could look like? Here’s a few examples!
KPMG designed the KPMG Tax Scholarship Program to help the next generation of talent by providing financial support to students who identify as members of a traditionally underrepresented racial/ethnic minority group(s) within the professional services industry.
Scholarships: Scholarship amounts vary and are based upon tuition cost at the university of attendance (up to $40,000)—allowing ultimate flexibility on where a student can pursue their master’s degree! A future full-time acceptance with KPMG Tax is required prior to funds being …
There are many ways to prepare for interviews, and one way to do so is to know what the most common mistakes are. Knowing these will allow you to know what to avoid and how to prevent the mistakes before going into the interview.
Not Doing Research Beforehand
It is important to come to an interview knowing specific information about the company. Not doing research beforehand will negatively affect your performance. You should be able to relate some of the …
Are you considering applying to law school? There are many resources available on the CareerEdge website for students considering going to law school. Some recourses include a comprehensive checklist that will guide students through the process application process, some tips and tricks to help prepare for the LSAT as well as many more tools to help ease the burden of this stressful process.
Check out some of these recourses linked below.