Students had a chance to network with recruiters and show off their creative and leadership skills during the “The Go Game” in April.
Meaghan Haugh

After a popular and successful debut last year, the Accounting Society decided to bring back “The Go Game” to the Lawrenceville campus in April. Based in San Francisco, “The Go Game” offers companies like Facebook and Google technology-fueled games and scavenger hunts to increase team building among employees.

On April 20, more than 30 Accounting majors were placed in teams where they worked alongside recruiters from the International Big 4 accounting firms. Through a series of “creative missions,” students had a chance to informally network with the professionals and show off their creative, strategic planning and leadership skills. During one of the missions, Yearbook Photos, team members took photos of each other around campus and paired with captions such as “Most Likely to Join the CIA,” “Most Athletic,” “Best Hair,” and “The Next Great American Author.” Participating organizations included Deloitte, KPMG, Motorola, PwC, TE Connectivity, Ernst & Young and EisnerAmper. 

Check out the photos from the day's program.