- Share your knowledge with one of our speaking opportunities. Share your technical expertise with fellow CTCPA members, speak at a local high school, or serve as an expert source for a media inquiry.
- Be a mentor with our job shadowing opportunities.
Allow students to see what a day in the life of a CPA is really like! Not sure what this entails? Read our tips.
- Be a CPA media source.
Media professionals are always looking for trusted sources. If you have an expertise in which you can offer some knowledge, you could be a CPA media source. Interested? Contact Public Affairs Director Mark Zampino at firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-258-0212.
- Join a committees or interest group.
Network with follow CPAs, stay on top of technical developments, and give back to your profession as a member of one of CTCPA's Committees or Interest Groups.
- Volunteer to serve on the Board of Directors for a local nonprofit.
Local nonprofits are always looking for CPAs to serve in their leadership. Bring your financial know-how to a worthwhile cause.
- Help financially disadvantaged businesses and individuals with Community Accounting Aid & Services (CAAS).
CAAS provides free professional accounting and financial counseling to economically disadvantaged businesses, individuals, and not-for-profit organizations in Connecticut.
- Donate to the CTCPA Educational Trust Fund.
Our Educational Trust Fund helps tomorrow's CPAs (and your future employees!) today.
- Write for Connecticut CPA.
We're always looking for interesting technical articles for our bi-monthly magazine. Have a story in mind? Read our Guidelines for Contributors and contact Managing Editor Kirsten Piechota at email@example.com or 860-258-0231.