2018 KPMG Future Leaders Program

Every year, talented, young women from all walks of life make the leap from high school to college and begin their professional journey to change the world for the better. In today’s workplace, whether women are advancing the course of medicine, business, government, or philanthropy, opportunities have grown exponentially. However, it is up to us to give young women the opportunities, the tools, and the mentoring they need in order to continue to thrive and succeed.

In 2015, KPMG made a powerful stand to elevate the game of women’s golf and to reach the next generation of women leaders through the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship and the KPMG Women’s Leadership Summit.

We're also proud to offer an important program to help young women in high school move forward. The KPMG Future Leaders Program awards top, high school senior female students from around the country with a scholarship, three-day leadership retreat, and one-year mentoring program.

The KPMG Future Leaders Retreat will be hosted at Stanford University and provide leadership training and beginning golf instruction as the selected participants transition into college. For three days, these girls will participate in seminars, simulations, and golf activities to help prepare them for the next step in their lives.

We're writing to you today to ask for your help. It is organizations like yours that inspire and help develop young women every day. We'd greatly appreciate your help in identifying outstanding young women who would benefit from the KPMG Future Leaders Program. Attached you will find detailed instructions and an application form for the program. We invite you to share it with qualified young women your organization serves. Applications are due by January 31, 2018, so time is of the essence. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to The Office of Condoleezza Rice at crice_futureleaders@stanford.edu and we will be happy to answer your questions.

Click here for 2018 KPMG Future Leaders Program Application.