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    Make a Wise Investment in Your Career: Get Involved in Your WSCPA!

    by Thomas Donaghy, CPA, WSCPA Chair for 2017-18 | Aug 01, 2017
    As I begin my year as Board Chair of your Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants (WSCPA), I want to share with you my reasons for being an active member for over 30 years.
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    Diversity: A Business Imperative

    by Kimberly Scott, CAE, WSCPA President & CEO | Jul 05, 2017
    For decades the Washington CPA Foundation has been supporting college students by providing scholarships. Your contribution helps the foundation do that. Now, your foundation contributions help potential CPAs even more. Find out how.
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    What My Membership Means to Me: Chad Norris

    by Chad Norris | Jun 06, 2017
    I was surprised when I found out that networking is a huge part of an accountant’s professional life. As a non-traditional student, developing these skills seemed crucial in allowing me to stand out during recruitment; all I needed were the opportunities to practice. The WSCPA was there to help.
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    4 Tips to Supercharge Your Résumé this Summer

    by Monette Anderson | Jun 06, 2017
    Wondering how to make the most of your summer? Whether you're starting an internship or not, these tips will show you how to become a more competitive candidate by the end of your long break.
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    Introverts to the Front: 4 Tips to be a Superstar without Taking Center Stage

    by Monette Anderson | Apr 11, 2017
    Introverts are enjoying a public relations upswing. However, even with this growing appreciation for the unique abilities of introverts, if you are one you likely find that vocalizing your accomplishments at work is more difficult for you than your more extroverted counterparts. Here are four tips to keep your accomplishments and strengths visible to your team.
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