How does it work?
The WSCPA provides information to schools across the state and organizations to tell them about the program and volunteer experts. Requests are taken and matched with trained volunteers in the area of the request. The WSCPA provides the event information, contacts and materials. Members are also encouraged to create their own opportunities.
How can I get involved?
As a WSCPA member, you have access to lessons and presentation materials for k-12, college students and adults. You can use these materials to make presentations in your community, at local schools, your place of employment or for local non-profits. You can also sign up for one of the requests from schools or organizations. A complementary training is provided but not required to volunteer. To sign up to volunteer or for more information, contact the Director of Member Services Amy O’Donnell or Program Coordinator Janet White.
Why should I volunteer?
- Be part of the solution - give individuals the financial tools to change their communities and futures.
- Further develop your leadership and presentation skills.
- Enhance the image of the CPA profession - your skills help to build a stronger economy.
- Create goodwill and recognition in the community for your firm or company.
Volunteering just a few times a year can make a difference. Contact the Financial Literacy Program at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
View current volunteer opportunities.