High School CPA Careers Conferences


 

 

 

High School CPA Careers Conferences

University of New Haven on October 27, 2006

Manchester Community College on November 3, 2006

 

Due to popular demand and the need to meet increasing attendance figures, the CSCPA Relations with Secondary Schools Committee offered up two CPA Careers Conferences for Connecticut high school students this fall.

The two conferences combined entertained and educated students and teachers from high schools across the state.  Students were introduced to some of the different career opportunities that becoming a CPA can offer by listening and interacting with a variety of speakers and members of the CSCPA.  Also, courtesy of each college, participants were provided with breakfast foods, boxed lunches, raffle prizes and the option to take part in a campus tour. 

The University of New Haven

 

 

 


Relations with Secondary Schools Committee Chair Matt Piechota

 

 
Mark Torello of The Technology Group

 


Panel of Young & New Professionals: (from left) Jeff Kennerly of Deloitte, University of New Haven Student Dave Bienia, Jessica Pekoske of Blum Shapiro, and Michele Bankowski of ESPN.

 


Richard Royston of Roystons, LLC

 

 

Manchester Community College

 

 

 


Relations with Secondary Schools Committee Chair Matt Piechota

 


Wayne Schulz of Schulz Consulting

 


Richard Royston of Roystons, LLC      

 


Panel of Young & New Professionals: (from left) Fairfield University Student Craig Zandonella, Michele Clarino of Blum Shapiro, and Michele Bankowski of ESPN.

 

The Accounting Crows!

Each conference featured a performance by The Accounting Crows.


The Accounting Crows: (from left) Mark Zampino of the CSCPA, Reed Risteen of Blum, Shapiro & Company, P.C., Mike Fortunato of Orthopaedic Health Services, Inc., and Alan Friedman of Friedman, Kannenberg & Company, P.C.