ize IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA)
training sessions at our school as well as participating in
the program. We recruited around 50 volunteers. It feels
good to give back and to have the opportunity to help peo-
ple who really appreciate it.
of the more memorable speakers we've had this past year.
He really emphasized the fact that no matter what you
want to achieve in life, you have to go after it. It's not going
to come to you.
CSCPA winter coat drive.
were awarded with a donation [from the Educational Trust
Fund] that really helped our society.
that I can enjoy and be happy in. I am also considering
going for my CPA.
load. These past few years have been extremely stressful
and busy; it's been hard to juggle work, family, school, and
a naturally hectic personal life. In the end it all pays off,
though, and I believe it's taught me so much. The most
important lesson I've learned while being in college is your
happiness comes first because without it, you'll never
amount to anything.
Role in Your Accounting Society: President
Number of Members in Your Accounting Society: 80-100
("Campus Reps") at Connecticut colleges and universities
to act as a CSCPA liaison at their respective campuses.
Pledge program and the CPA profession, arrange for speak-
ing engagements for CSCPA volunteers and staff, and hold
CSCPA-sponsored charity drives at their schools.
glimpse of student accounting activity highlights from cam-
puses across the state.