KPMG remains committed to its future talent

By James Powell

As all of us continue to navigate the evolving challenges of COVID-19, KPMG remains committed to taking care of our extraordinary people and that includes future KPMGers – the top talent that will join our workforce in the near future.

We are honoring offers we’ve extended for full-time employment to the class of 2020.

A key focus we've emphasized with our clients has been leveraging technology to be nimble and agile to continuously adapt in the current environment. We’re doing the same with our summer internship programs.

As all of our offices across the country remain closed, we’ve redesigned and condensed our summer internship programs and made them virtual so that our interns can continue to learn, grow, and develop remotely. Our interns will interact with and be mentored by KPMG partners and professionals, receive training and skill-building, and experience our diverse and inclusive culture.

We highly value the incredible and talented people who will join our workforce soon.


James Powell is National Partner in Charge - Campus Recruiting and University Relations for KPMG in the U.S. To arrange an interview, please contact Ichiro Kawasaki.

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Ichiro Kawasaki

Ichiro Kawasaki

Director, Corporate Communications, KPMG US

+1 201-307-8640



James Powell

James Powell

Office Managing Partner, Audit, KPMG US

+1 615-248-5568

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