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Members of the Florida Institute of CPAs who are 35 years old or younger have an additional opportunity through the Young CPAs (YCPA) committee. Some members explain why this group has been so important to them personally and professionally – from leadership opportunities to just having fun!
Are you a CPA 35 years or younger? If so, you’ve come to the right place! Becoming more involved in the FICPA’s YCPA Committee and your local YCPA organization is a great way to build your networking group and enhance your profession.
As a committee of the FICPA, the Young CPA Committee (YCPA) is geared towards developing ways to engage young CPA’s in the accounting profession. Committee members are selected through an annual application process. Once selected, members serve on the YCPA Committee as regional representatives from across the State of Florida. For more information on YCPA opportunities in your area, please contact one of our members.
- Provide increased networking opportunities for Young CPAs by developing & promoting strong local YCPA organizations State-wide
- Organize and support philanthropic events sponsored by YCPA organizations across the State
- Encourage other Young CPA’s to get involved with the FICPA and the accounting profession
FICPA Launches Blog for Young CPAs
Have you been on the FICPA’s new Young and Licensed blog, developed in cooperation with its Young CPA Committee? It’s a place for young CPAs to foster thought leadership, share ideas and learn the latest from the industry.
Topics range from Technology and Legislation to Work/Life Balance and Volunteering, and readers can also discover opportunities in their area to learn, build their networks and give back to the community.
The Young and Licensed blog is a great way for young CPAs to get involved locally and on the state level. Visit us, share your thoughts and enter your email to receive notifications of new posts in your inbox.
Visit the FICPA’s Blog for Young CPAs