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December 4, 2022

Deloitte Summer Interns Challenge Rival Firms to Step Up and Get Drenched in Ice Water

Surely you've seen the ice bucket challenge, perhaps you've even participated yourself. In case you don't know, basically you get a bucket of ice water dumped on you, nominate two friends to do the same, and if they don't, they have to donate $100 to an ALS charity. Now, some have argued it's a bit ridiculous (like, why can't you just donate money if that's what you want to do?) but hey, who are we to piss all over the charitable slacktivism of others?

As far as we know, this is the first instance of Big 4 interns not only taking the challenge but calling on summer interns at the other 3 firms to step up. Watch:


 

If this video isn't deleted by the end of the day, I will donate to charity!

So, your move, PwKPMEY summer interns of Toronto, you have been summoned by your fellow summer interns at the Big D to take the challenge.

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