Accounting is My Major (AIM) - Fall 2016


 

 

 

Accounting is My Major (AIM) - Fall 2016

CTCPA's popular Accounting is My Major (AIM) events give high school students real, hands-on insights into life as a college accounting major.

Accounting is My Major (AIM) at Post University - October 7, 2016

The Post University program included a fraud case study led by Dick Dumont, Post University's APM - Accounting and Director, Undergraduate Business Programs. Students also had the opportunity to ask questions during interactive discussions on the college experience, accounting internships, and accounting careers.  Students enjoyed complimentary breakfast and lunch in the Post University dining hall. 

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Accounting is My Major (AIM) at the University of Hartford - October 17, 2016 

The University of Hartford program, which welcomed close to 100 high school students to the 1877 Club, featured interactive classes on networking with CTCPA Public Affairs Director Mark Zampino and accounting with University of Hartford professor Susan Wahab. Panel discussions focused on internships and the college experience as a whole. Students also enjoyed a tour of the university (on an 80-degree fall day!) and breakfast and lunch, generously donated by the University of Hartford's Barney School of Business.

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Accounting is My Major (AIM) at the University of Connecticut - October 21, 2016
 

The University of Connecticut program included advice on transitioning from college to high school, the role of internships for accounting majors, a sample college course focusing on business ethics taught by Professor Dave Papandria, CPA and Professor Art Schmeiser, CPA, and an interactive networking seminar with CTCPA Public Affairs Director Mark Zampino. Thanks to UConn for providing a delicious breakfast and lunch for all the students!

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Accounting is My Major (AIM) at Southern Connecticut State University - November 4, 2016 

The Southern Connecticut State University program included advice on the first steps from high school to college, the role of internships for accounting majors, a sample college course taught by Professor and Accounting Department Chair Dr. Janet Phillips, Sc.D., CPA, and a campus tour. Thanks to SCSU for providing breakfast snacks and Subway for donating lunch for all the participants!

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To learn more about AIM, contact CTCPA Student Relations Specialist Jill Brightman at jillb@ctcpas.org or 860-258-0239.