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    Many College Accounting Programs Need to Update Their Curricula to Keep Pace with a Changing Profession: AICPA-NASBA Report

    by WSCPA | Mar 24, 2021
    There are major gaps in college accounting education today, with fewer than half of all programs teaching emerging topics, such as IT governance and cybersecurity, according to a new report by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) and National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA).
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    WSCPA Announces New Student Member Type: CPA Candidate

    by WSCPA | Mar 19, 2021
    Effective immediately, the WSCPA has made a change to our student membership types and eligibility. Learn more in this post.
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    COVID-19 & Scholarship Support

    by Monette Anderson | Jan 27, 2021
    Now is the time of year we typically are recruiting volunteer scholarship reviewers, and based on application numbers to date, we’ll need those reviewers more than ever to ensure we are able to efficiently and equitably award half a million dollars this year to aid students on their journey to CPA.
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  • New Member Benefit: Coffee & Conversations

    by Monette Anderson, WSCPA Director of Membership | Aug 25, 2020
    What if I told you there was something you could be incorporating into your career search that offers both networking and occupational information? It's the WSCPA's newest member benefit: Coffee and Conversations. Learn more in this post.
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    3 Tips For Getting Noticed By Recruiters From a Distance

    by Jamie Gardner, CPA | Jun 02, 2020
    Accounting recruitment can be a daunting task in a normal year for students, and now there is added confusion and stress over trying to navigate how to still get out there in front of firms and get noticed. Here are 3 tips for how to make the best of our current situation.
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