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PwC - Females of the future Careers Event

PwC - Newcastle Office

We’re launching our Females of the Future programme to help inspire and support you whilst navigating potential career opportunities. The programme is a one-day event held at PwC Newcastle office.


It will be a fun day of activities with guest speakers, a wholesome lunch and the opportunity to ask lots of questions in a supportive environment.

You’ll be inspired by one of our leaders, we’ll help you develop your confidence and resilience, understand your skills and values, and how these relate to your career of choice. We'll be breaking down some of the myths around assessments, and giving you the opportunity to practice in a safe environment. Finally, we’ll share with you our focus on diversity and why it matters to us.

If you like what you see and feel the culture at PwC is a good fit for you, then you may want to consider work experience with us on our Women In Business programme*; but that decision is over to you.

To be eligible for the programme, you’ll need to be in your first year of university**, come with an open mind, and plenty of enthusiasm and passion. Click below to register for the Newcastle Office event.

Newcastle office - 15 February 2018

*In NI, this would lead to a place on our Talent Academy.

** Including grade C or above in Maths and English at GSCE


The Programme will also take place in the following locations:

Belfast office - 2 February 2018

Manchester office - 20 February 2018

Southampton office - 21 February 2018

The University of Birmingham - 27 February 2018

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