Must be employed full time as a high school, college or university educator, principal, dean or guidance counselor. Part-time educators, principals, deans or guidance counselors are also eligible if not employed elsewhere. Does not include CPE instructors.

“As a college professor CalCPA has helped me become a better instructor and stay connected to nearby CPA firms. Our chapter helps my students become CPAs by awarding scholarships and sponsoring events like Student Night, Meet the Firms, and panel discussions on careers in accounting. When students learn about the steps to become a CPA they join CalCPA to network, attend educational programs, and learn more about the profession.”

—Bruce Maule
Accounting Professor
College of San Mateo

Peninsula Silicon Valley Chapter
Member Since Nov. 19, 1987

Bruce Maule graduated with a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Santa Clara University in 1984. After earning his California CPA license, he began teaching part-time at De Anza College. He earned his MBA from San Jose State University and began teaching full-time at College of San Mateo in 1990. While at CSM the accounting program has won an Exemplary Program Award from the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges, a Program Excellence Award from CalCPA Peninsula Silicon Valley Chapter, and Best Practices recognition in a survey of California community college programs. Bruce joined the board of the Peninsula Silicon Valley Chapter of CalCPA in 2008 and has served as Chair of the Educators Committee and as the chapter Secretary, Vice President, and President.

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