About Jayson

Manager,
Internal Firm Services (IFS)

Jayson participated in both a summer internship and Elevate before graduating from New York University in 2008 and starting at the firm full-time. He was a dedicated Challenge Mentor and Project Manager, and his diligence paid off with a promotion to Senior Associate in 2011. He participated in Discover, the Senior Associate Leadership Development Milestone Program in May 2012.


Jayson's story

  • 2013 Transferred to IFS to be a Diversity Recruiting Manager
  • 2011 Promoted to Senior Associate & Discover Milestone Program
  • 2009 Passed CPA Exam and became Challenge Assurance Mentor & Project Manager
  • 2008 Graduated from New York University, and started at PwC
  • 2006 & 2007 Participated in Elevate & Summer Internship

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Q&A

  • Q: How did your participation in Elevate impact your career?

    A: The program gave me professional tools that I could take with me and implement down the road. We participated in teamwork exercises, etiquette lessons, were given advice on business attire, etc. I have since participated in the program as a PwC representative, and have been honest and genuine about my experiences at PwC to help guide students and prospective candidates.

  • Q: How did PwC support you as you were studying for your CPA exams?

    A: Once you purchase the study materials, the firm reimburses you in preparation for your first exam. In addition, my engagement teams and I worked together to make sure I had enough time to commit to studying.

  • Q: What value did you see in participating in the Challenge case competition?

    A: The Challenge program was very important for me because it provided me with my first exposure to the firm. As an employee, I want to be a conduit for students participating in Challenge to have their first look into PwC and the kinds of issues the firm is concerned with. I believe Challenge does a really good job of having a strong campus presence and being able to offer the students tools they need to learn about professionals services, to build relationships with professionals, and to have exposure to PwC.

  • Q: What do you enjoy doing in your free time?

    A: I have a commitment to physical fitness and being a competitive ballroom dancer.