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Samita Vasudeva

Campus Talent Acquisition Coordinator


Phone: +1 905 815 6500 ext 63300
Email:
Twitter : @SamitaV_
LinkedIn

Location

Toronto
 

Education

  • York University, Bachelor in Business Administration with
    a specialization in Human Resources Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Health Sciences

Line of Service

Consulting, Deals and Tax.

Why did you choose to work at PwC?

I chose PwC because of the people and the wealth of opportunities available. I was always interested in campus recruiting so took every opportunity I had to learn about this industry by networking with recruiters whenever they came on campus. PwC recruiters really embraced my interests and provided me the guidance to pursue my goals. Their willingness to support and foster my interests made it clear to me that I wanted to be part of an organization whose values aligned with mine

What unique opportunities have you had with PwC?

I use flex options and work from home once a week. I have been given the opportunity to also go outside my designated campus recruitment role and assist with the Annual Partners Day Conference where I met people from all sectors, and saw first-hand how our business was excelling within the industry!

Hobbies and Interests

You can find me with a cup of Chai and a good book in hand when I’m not working. My evening hot yoga classes help me rejuvenate and start the next day on a positive note. I also love learning and continually look for ways to expand my knowledge and diversify my skill sets. In other words, you’ll always find me studying for something! Keep striving to be your best and always follow your passion!

What is your ‘personal brand’

My diversity in experience and knowledge has always set me apart. Having two very unique degrees and being involved in many extra-curriculars and volunteer organizations has taught me so much about myself and about the different industries and opportunities available. A quote I live by daily: “It does not matter how slowly you go, so long as you do not stop.” – Confucius