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WK’S Momentum 2018 program will be held June 20 – 22, 2018 in Columbia and Jefferson City, Missouri.
You’ve chosen accounting as your preferred field of study. But what do you really know about public accounting, the opportunities that lie ahead and how your personality and leadership skills will help you succeed in an accounting career?
During this unique summer program, Williams-Keepers LLC (WK) will help you gain a better understanding of the dynamic, ever-changing public accounting industry and the characteristics you will need to succeed. While developing networking skills through interaction with members of WK’s experienced staff and other program participants, you will learn about the importance of superior client service to WK, your personal leadership style as well as career opportunities. Your takeaways will be knowledge and experiences that can help you make the best decisions as you begin to develop your plans for a career in public accounting.
This program is designed for college students who will have achieved either sophomore, junior or senior class standing at the start of the 2018 – 2019 academic year. Interested applicants should apply no later than 5 p.m. on Friday, March 9, 2018 by submitting an updated résumé and cover letter that expresses interest in the program to email@example.com.
Applicants will be evaluated based on the quality of their submissions, including information about previous or current leadership activities, academic achievement and involvement in community or extracurricular activities.
In-person interviews for Momentum 2018 will be conducted at WK’s Columbia office and final participant selections will be made no later than Friday, March 30, 2018. A detailed agenda will follow.
Click here for a printer-friendly pdf of the WK Momentum flyer.
Momentum is a three-day program designed to help accounting students gain a better understanding of the dynamics of the public accounting industry and the characteristics they’ll need to succeed. The program curriculum features discussion about what a career in public is really like, how different leadership styles interact in the workplace, and a panel discussion by select WK clients regarding the value that a public accounting firm provides. Our goal is to provide participants with tips and tools they can use as they complete their formal education and embark on a professional career.
Applications for the 2018 session will be accepted in January.