12, 2017, the IUP Student Accounting Association in the Eberly College of
Business and Information Technology hosted Michael Sklarsky, tax manager, and Andy Herbert, tax
associate, from PwC. Sklarsky graduated from Washington and Jefferson and
has been with PwC for 10 years. Herbert graduated from IUP in 2015 with a
dual major in accounting and finance.
showcased an in-depth look at how one of the largest international public accounting
firms on their global tax services. They also specialize in advisory and
assurance. PwC adds 11,000 campus recruits to their team annually. New hires
get the opportunity to receive Becker material free of charge for the CPA exam,
and the company pays for the exams. Another advantage about working for PwC is that they will pay for your
master’s degree. They also contribute $1,200 per year for new hires with student debt
for up to six years.
positions are posted each September for the following year. Students graduating
in 2019, for example, should apply early in the fall term to be eligible for summer
2018. To apply, visit the PWC website. PwC is a great company with
diversification that can accompany many of your interests.
“It was really
helpful to have representatives from PwC here in the fall term because
accounting students start their internship and job searches early in the
academic year” said Adriana Emanuilova. We appreciate the opportunity to network with PwC and to learn more
about their company and recruitment processes.