To help mentor African-American accountants in their careers and to prepare them for the CPA Exam, Howard University School of Business's Center for Accounting Education will hold its fourth annual "We're About Success!" conference June 22-27 in Chantilly, Va.
The six-day program will be led by prominent educators and practitioners, and includes sessions such as "Getting off to the Right Start," "Career Ownership & Planning," "Building Support & Alliances," "How to Handle Difficult People & Situations" and an open discussion with Frank Ross, the head of the CAE (pictured).
The sessions are facilitated by representatives from Big Four firms in addition to the National Association of Black Accountants. For more information, contact Pat Kellibrew, CAE coordinator (email@example.com).
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