Students can join CalCPA for FREE and utilize specific member resources, all intended to help launch a CPA career. 

As a CalCPA student member you'll have access to:

Student’s Guide to Getting Through COVID-19

As the COVID-19 pandemic rages college students are suddenly thrust into uncharted and choppy waters. Many are forced to rethink basic needs all while balancing their educational commitments and the potential financial fallout posed by an uncertain economic future once they graduate. Here are some resources to help students through these perilous times:

Anthony Pugliese Addresses
USC Accounting Students About Critical Issues
and Trends in the Profession

Anthony Pugliese, President & CEO of CalCPA, addresses USC accounting students about the state of the profession as it relates to artificial intelligence, bots, automation and ethics.

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CalCPA Fall Student Events

Transfer Your Way to CPA:
The Essential Guide to Transferring
to a Four-Year Accounting Program

Community college is a great starting point for many students. Now that you’ve decided to pursue accounting (and potentially become a CPA), transferring to a four-year college or university will be your next step. This guide can help you through the process by keeping you on track and ensuring you’re taking all the right steps to make it happen.

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CalCPA Ambassadors Needed for the 20-21 Academic Year!
Are you on track to become an accountant or CPA?

Campus Ambassadors are students passionate about pursuing accounting as a career and becoming CPAs. Ambassadors display strong leadership and organizational skills, the ability to connect with peers and enthusiasm for CalCPA and the CPA profession.

Campus Ambassadors will be responsible for approximately 20 hours of work per semester in order to achieve your primary goal of maximizing student membership. You'll achieve this by:

  • Building awareness of FREE CalCPA student membership benefits for students and educators on your campus
  • Connecting with accounting educators and administrators on campus
  • Working together with your local chapters

Apply Here.

For more information, contact Jacqueline Quinn-Piper, Program Manager.