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This informational webinar will provide a general overview of the Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program, details about the 2022 application cycle, and, if time permits, allow for any questions. This session is open to all academic disciplines. The PMF Class of 2022 Application is scheduled to open at Noon (Eastern Time), Tuesday, September 28, 2021, and close at Noon (Eastern Time), Tuesday, October 12, 2021. These dates, and any updates, can be found on our “2022 Application” webpage at https://www.pmf.gov/become-a-pmf/2022-application/. We expect to announce PMF Class of 2022 Finalists approximately six weeks after the application closes. A full list of informational webinars is also posted to the above webpage. This webinar will be hosted on Microsoft Teams and closed captioning will be provided.
The Cal Career Center is pleased to invite you to attend the virtual 2021 Accounting & Professional Services Forum. The Accounting & Professional Services Forum, formerly the Big Four Forum, now includes the Big Four and other accounting firms recruiting for full-time opportunities, internships, and leadership programs (for frosh/soph). Companies will be recruiting for various roles within accounting including audit, assurance, tax, and advisory. All majors and degree levels are welcome to attend. This fair is open only to currently-enrolled UC Berkeley students and eligible alumni (less than five years past graduation with an active Handshake account). All majors and degree levels are welcome to attend. IMPORTANT NOTES: Register for the fair! To participate in 1:1 and group sessions with employers, you must be registered Advance sign up for 1:1 and group sessions with employers is highly recommended to secure your spot (day-of sign ups may be available, but the most popular slots may already be filled) CHECK AVAILABLE SESSIONS FREQUENTLY - Employers add sessions up to and including the day of the fair. If you don’t see open sessions with an employer of interest, select the “follow” button to be notified when they set their schedule. Make sure your Handshake profile is up-to-date and complete! Employers have the ability to set student qualifications for their 1:1 sessions. So, for example, if your GPA is missing, you may not be able to see some employer schedules!