The American Institute of CPAs' (AICPA) Academic & Career Development Team is committed to connecting educators with resources that can be used to enhance the accounting curriculum and prepare students to become valued and trusted members of the CPA profession.
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Credit cards, college costs, car payments... these are issues that impact your students. CPAs are eager to visit classrooms to help students better understand money management and the pitfalls of debt. Lesson plans and activities are available through the MSCPA.
The AICPA offers a curriculum kit for accounting teachers. This complimentary information package entitled Takin' Care of Business includes 15 high school curriculum lesson plans, a dynamic 15-minute video, 25 career guides, 25 bookmarks, a classroom poster and presenter's guide.
The AICPA provides this resource to help educators integrate the skills-based competencies needed by entry-level accounting professionals. The ECA website contains a library that, in addition to the Core Competency Database and Education Strategies, provides information and guidance on Evaluating Competency Coverage and Assessing Student Performance.
Check out some favorite learning activities submitted by accounting teachers. Feel free to contact them for additional information.
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What Kind of Compensation Can I Expect in the Accounting Profession?
Becoming a CPA may be one of the most challenging career tracks but it is also one of the most rewarding. Take a look at the latest salaries for both public and corporate professionals from the 2009 Robert Half Salary Guide
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