How it works
PwC will be coming to campus to promote the competition. The PwC staff, school recruiter, and former competitors will be available to provide you with additional information and answer all of your questions. The event promotion will be followed by our campus kick-off, where all students interested in participating on campus will meet with a PwC representative who will explain this year’s case challenge and assist with team formation, as needed. Your team will have a period of time to formulate a solution to present to a panel of PwC professionals.
What’s in it for me?
There are rewards, personal and financial. Team with friends to discuss and solve real-world problems. Gain exposure to PwC professionals who will evaluate your teamwork, critical thinking, and communication skills. Walk away with a stronger sense of overall professionalism and improved presentation skills, along with a broader network of relationships. Each member of a winning campus team will receive $250.
Who can compete?
Your team should consist of four or five members with the following composition:
At least two members of each team must have the intent to apply, applied, or be currently enrolled in the Gabelli School of Business.
Teams are encouraged to include a member with an intended major/minor in STEM.*
*Relevant STEM majors/minors include, but are not limited to: Data/Business Analytics, Engineering, Computer Science, Information Systems, Technology Management, Management Information Systems, and Security.
1st (freshman) and 2nd (sophomore) year students in a four-year program.
1st (freshman), 2nd (sophomore), and 3rd (junior) year students in a five-year program.
Juniors in process of applying for a fifth year program.
Visit www.pwc.com/challenge to learn more about the competition and how to register to compete.
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