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CPA Fall Recruit Experience featuring Clayton Dendy


Our blog post this week comes from Clayton Dendy. Clayton is currently a Consultant (Enterprise Risk) at Deloitte Canada. Clayton shares his CPA Fall Recruit experience with us.

 

What made you decide to participate in the CPA Fall Recruit?

In 2011, I decided to enroll in the Kwantlen Polytechnic University BBA – Accounting program while playingRead Story

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Fall Recruit Networking Tips from a Senior Tax Associate at PwC


So you’re right in the thick of things with the 2016 Fall Recruit. Congratulations on all your hard work, networking, and making connections with the national and mid-size firms, and industry groups to date.

 

As we are getting closer to the application deadline, here are some networking tips from Richard Wong, Senior Associate, Tax atRead Story

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Cara’s Top 7 Tips for Preparing for the CPA Fall Recruit


 

1. Sleep well. If you don’t get a good night’s sleep you can’t function well under high pressure networking environment. You should be well rested so you can really enjoy the conversation with the people that you are talking with. When you’re well rested you’ll be more relaxed and able to show your genuine personality.

 

2.Read Story

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CPA Fall Recruit Experience featuring Cara Han


 

Our blog post this week comes from Cara Han. Cara just completed Core 2 of the CPA Professional Education Program, and is currently an accountant at Smythe CPA in Downtown Vancouver. Cara shares her CPA Fall Recruit experience with us.

 

What made you decide to participate in the CPA Fall Recruit?

My education was originally in tourismRead Story

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Show Me the Money: Financing Your Education with Scholarships & Awards


No matter how you slice it, post-secondary education comes with a steep price tag. Costs include tuition, books, course materials, as well as overall living expenses, and they are all likely to rise. According to the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and Statistics Canada, the cost of tuition and compulsory fees for full-time undergrads in BC is projected toRead Story

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In Case You Missed It


 

For the morning commute or late night reading, here are 5 posts worth reading this week.

1. 21 common body language mistakes even smart people make. (INC)

2. 19 highly successful people prove it’s never too late to change careers. (Business Insider)

3. 10 books you can read in one night that willRead Story

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In Case You Missed It


 

Here are 5 posts worth reading this weekend.

1. 7 interview questions that can help you land your dream job. (Fast Company)

2. It’s not all about you: how to interview your potential boss. (Fast Company)

3. Your wardrobe affects how people perceive your personal brand. (Huffington Post)

4. All-star LinkedInRead Story

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5 Reasons To Sign Up For A CPA Information Session


Is a CPA designation right for you? You may or may not know the answer to that question just yet. We know you want to make the best possible decision when choosing a new career and to do that you’ll want to know as much as you can about the CPA program. So here are five reasons whyRead Story

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CPABC Case Competition Insights – Team BAM


 

The annual Chartered Professional Accountants of BC (CPABC) Case Competition gives post-secondary students from all over the province an opportunity to develop their case analysis and presentation skills, compete, have fun, and earn cash prizes. This year’s first place winner was Team BAM from the University of British Columbia (Okanagan). We asked the members of Team BAM (Cat Bootle,Read Story

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CPABC Case Competition Winners


The annual Chartered Professional Accountants of BC (CPABC) Case Competition gives post-secondary students from all over the province an opportunity to develop their case analysis and presentation skills, compete, have fun, and earn cash prizes.

 

The first round of the competition took place in February 2016, when more than 30 teams from nine post-secondary campuses in BC competed forRead Story

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