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The benefits of belonging to a professional association are plentiful. As a CPA, we understand that you also require more targeted networking opportunities. These FICPA Communities provide support and connections on a local level, with peers who share a common professional focus and with other CPAs who are just getting started in their careers.
Local and regional chapters provide an excellent opportunity for you to develop leadership skills by taking an active role in both the Institute and the profession. Chapter members are kept abreast of chapter activities and programs through the FICPA website, chapter-specific newsletters and e-mails.
Over 30 committees provide opportunities to invest in the association including CPE conference planning, publications, finance advisement and state legislative policy.
A private social media platform giving members their very own spot on the web to interact, learn and connect with other CPAs throughout the state.
The Women’s Leadership Committee (WLC) pursues to promote growth, advancement and recognition of women in accounting through professional development, mentoring and recognition through the Women to Watch awards.
If you're a Florida CPA under the age of 35, you might be interested in joining the Young CPAs (YCPA) for support, tips and best practices on getting started in your accounting career.
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.