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EY Virtual Open House - Kansas City or St. Louis 12/11

Are you interested in starting your career in Kansas City or St. Louis? On December 11th and January 8th our KC and STL offices will be holding 3-hour open house events (9am-12pm CST), where you will be able to learn more about what it is like to be a part of each office.  You will be able to choose between the two dates, one in December and one in January. You will also select whether you want to learn more and network with folks from Kansas City or St. Louis.  This opportunity is meant for Accounting students graduating with their final degree and 150 hours in December 2022 or May 2023 hoping to start their careers in KC or STL. The open house will consist of the following:

A short presentation on the recruiting and interview process for 2022 Internships
This was formerly called our summer leadership program process
Reverse “interviews” with EY executives
You will be able to select 2 service lines (assurance, tax, consulting) at EY you want to learn more about and be paired with a Manager/Senior Manager/Partner in that area who will be ready to answer all your questions about EY and their service line.
Additional opportunities to hear about the culture at EY
Virtual lunch/networking with some staff-level folks.

*If you are interested in starting your career outside of KC/STL please let me know!*

Sign up for a Virtual Open House date here!

Dec 11, 2020
9:00 am to 12:00 pm

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