Each year, accounting firm PwC welcomes numerous new hires with activities that help to introduce them to life in Cayman. This year saw the launch of a new team-building challenge called “Making a Difference,” which took place in collaboration with George Town Primary School.
“The idea behind it is that our new starts learn the PwC experience of sharing and collaborating, putting themselves in each other’s shoes, investing in relationships and adding value,” said PwC’s Samara Christie.
Ms. Christie explained that before the visit, teams competed to devise a winning plan for an afternoon of fun at the school. The end result was a fun-filled afternoon of basketball games, sidewalk chalk drawing, football, musical chairs, a giant connect four game and a brand new game involving shooting balls into a tunnel with sticks.
“With kids I’m not sure anything ever goes exactly as planned, but it worked out well and everyone enjoyed it,” said Ms. Christie.
“It was great to have the new PwC hires come out to the school and meet the students as a way of learning more about the Cayman Islands community,” added George Town Primary Principal Marie Martin.
“The kids had a great time and we look forward to many more activities with the PwC staff in years to come.”
“With kids I’m not sure anything ever goes exactly as planned, but it worked out well and everyone enjoyed it,” Samara Christie, PwC