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CalCPA is extending its successful new member promotion for the entire spring term. We are offering dual membership to CalCPA and AICPA—with one easy application! By completing one form, you'll join peers from across the state and nation. And as a bonus, members signing up will receive a Starbucks gift card!
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:
10 firms. 10 students. Up to $100,000 in scholarships for our shared commitment to a diverse and forward-looking profession.
Attention Students: Are you an ethnically diverse student pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in an accounting or accounting-related major? Do you plan to pursue the CPA licensure?
AICPA PCPS is connecting member firms with promising accounting majors of ethnically diverse backgrounds for an internship during busy season 2022.
As an added measure of support, PCPS is awarding up to $10,000 of financial assistance per student to help with tuition for your final academic year.
Applications are due by April 16!
Learn more and apply at: Thiswaytocpa.com/pcpsscholarship.
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, President & CEO of CalCPA, addresses USC accounting students about the state of the profession as it relates to artificial intelligence, bots, automation and ethics.
These are FREE MEMBERS ONLY events sponsored by CalCPA. By registering you are confirming that you are either a CalCPA member or you are signing up for FREE student or candidate membership by way of this registration.
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.