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Discover what it means to be a CPA at PwC during Destination CPA, our three-day in person immersive experience.
By attending PwC's Destination CPA program, you’ll participate in a dynamic experience with individuals (and future CPAs) from across the country. During this three-day in person immersive event, there will be opportunities to network and build relationships with other future CPAs, PwC professionals and discover the versatility of a CPA license and how it can impact your career– at PwC and beyond. You won’t want to miss out on this exciting and meaningful experience!
Program dates: April 19 - 21, 2024
To be considered for Destination CPA:
PwC currently is not hiring experienced or entry level job seekers who will need, now or in the future, PwC sponsorship through the H-1B lottery, except as set forth here.
(As noted in the linked website, the Chinese Business Network, Japanese Business Network, and the Korean Business Network are the only eligible roles for sponsorship and participation in PwC's Destination CPA Program.)
What are recruiters looking for in Destination CPA candidates?
During the candidate selection process recruiters are looking for individuals who meet our eligibility criteria and demonstrate some of the characteristics we find critical to success at PwC. At PwC’s Destination CPA program we are looking for participants to remain engaged, excited and inquisitive throughout the event. This immersion will help you to see the diversity of your potential career through obtaining and utilizing a CPA license.
Can you tell me about the cost, travel and logistics of this event?
Travel and accommodations will be paid for by PwC. Details pertaining to program logistics will be communicated within the program invitation.
What if I can’t attend the whole event?
Given the nature of this program, the event is available only to those students who can commit to attending the entire program. Please discuss any potential conflicts with your recruiter.
How do I learn more about PwC’s Audit, DAT and Tax practices?