A New Service Line for PwC

Is this how you buy recruits – sponsor programs at the universities that teach students how to interview?

At Penn State University:

The College of Information Sciences and Technology (IST) plays an important role in preparing you for internships and future employment. Your success as a student, and eventually as an employee, will depend on your ability to develop the appropriate technical skills as well as an ability to behave professionally in a corporate environment. Your technical skills should be complimented by the ability to prepare for and engage in job interviews and other forms of corporate conduct.

The upcoming seminar on Wednesday, September 19, 2007 includes a dinner and professionalism training delivered by our sponsor, PricewaterhouseCoopers, this type of training will help prepare you to meet and effectively interact with potential employers in the future.

Is learning how to take responsibility for your mistakes and your mistaken colleagues part of professionalism?…

1 reply
  1. Anonymous
    Anonymous says:

    Whatever happened to education for educations sake?

    It’s a sad world when we value education courses by their ability to spingboard a perosn into employment

    Richard Murphy

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