The New York State Society of CPAs recently recognized Lauren Silberman and Daniel Eric Rubin, who earned the two highest scores on the uniform CPA exam in New York state.
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board announced the schools of the 102 academic recipients of $10,000 merit scholarships intended to encourage students to pursue an auditing career.
Ernst & Young announced involvement in a new multi-stakeholder Clinton Global Initiative America commitment to accelerating the access to and creation of employment pathways for at-risk youth.
Stephen Tierney was honored with the 2014 Public Service Award from the California Society of CPAs for his efforts to help the homeless.
KPMG and the National Association of Black Accountants announced that the University of Maryland won the 2014 KPMG/NABA case study competition.
The Virginia Society of CPAs Educational Foundation announced its college scholarship recipients for the 2014-15 academic year.
Young professionals of Bergen County, N.J.-based firm Hunter Group CPA recently participated in a bowl-a-thon organized by the Junior Achievement of New Jersey
The other night I was watching Andi Dorfman, The Bachelorette, pass out roses to some very lucky men. Her roses were unilaterally accepted by those who wanted to continue dating her. But what if she wasn’t handing out roses?
Two dozen volunteers from New England firm BlumShapiro recently taught course to 200 students at Webster Hill School in West Hartford.
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The New York State Society of CPAs’ Foundation for Accounting Education will be hosting NextGen 2014, a rebranded young professionals conference and networking event, June 8-10 in Long Island and June 15-17 in Rochester.