Programa de liderazgo para universitarios en áreas de negocios, administración de empresas y STEM

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KPMG LLP (KPMG) is seeking high-performing, ethnically diverse freshman and sophomore students pursuing Business & STEM degrees; who want to become the best at what they do, effect change, and take a global view of both the accounting profession and their role in creating the future. Is this You?

If so, experience FDL—and create your future with us.


What is the Future Diversity Leaders program?

This program is more than just a trip to California to be among the stars!

The FDL program begins with a three-day leadership conference, held in Hollywood, California, focused on preparing high-potential students with the skills and perspective to be the business leaders of tomorrow. You will have the opportunity to network with industry leaders, students, and KPMG professionals from all across the country.

With successful participation, you will then be eligible to continue your FDL journey as part of the KPMG internship program.


Why should I participate?

Generous scholarships and challenging internships.

Upon successful completion of the FDL conference, you’ll receive a $1,000 scholarship and the opportunity to interview for a KPMG internship with your office of interest. When you successfully complete your first internship, you’ll receive a second internship offer and be eligible to receive up to an additional $5,000 in scholarship funds. In the summer before your graduation, you’ll complete your final internship working with KPMG engagement teams in one of our three practice areas—Audit, Tax, or Advisory.

After your successful completion of this internship and maintenance of high academic standards, you may receive a full-time job offer from KPMG.

The FDL program is a great place to formulate your career objectives and learn the skills to launch a great career.


When is the Leadership Conference?

The FDL Conference will be held July 9–11, 2019 in Hollywood, California.


How do I apply?

To be considered for this program, you must be from a racial and ethnic minority group historically underrepresented in the accounting and professional services industry.

Have two to three years remaining in your education before being eligible for full-time employment.

Pursuing an accounting, finance, or IT degree from an AACSB-accredited college or university.

A strong interest in a career in professional services.

Cumulative 3.5 or higher grade point average.

Must not require Visa sponsorship for employment now or in the future.

Demonstrate excellent communication and leadership skills.

You must submit a completed FDL application form, including your résumé and current transcript by January 25, 2019.



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