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CPA Careers


Committee Members

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Jennifer Mensche
St. Joseph's UniversitySuffolk
Seema Bejai
Dheeraj Bhatia
ABM Wireless Inc.Manhattan/Bronx
Taylor Bickley
Wiss & Company LLPManhattan/Bronx
Benjamin Bullock
Student (no firm) Buffalo
Rumbi N. Bwerinofa-Petrozzello SeramountQueens/Brooklyn
Chaiti Datta
Barbara S. Dwyer Barbara S. Dwyer, CPA Adirondack
Aileen L. Farrelly Manhattan College Westchester
Kezia S. Harris St. John's University Queens/Brooklyn
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About the CPA Careers Committee

CPA Careers Committee


Committee Action Plan



Who We Are:


A committee of the NYSSCPA devoted to encouraging bright, creative and motivated young people to become CPAs.



What We Do:


·         Develop programs and events to disseminate information about the profession to high school students and their parents.

·         Recruit and encourage a greater number of outstanding high school students to college level studies in accounting fields.

·         Engage with high school guidance counselors to raise the profile of the profession as a career choice.

·         Establish liaison with both high school and college educators and enhance their knowledge and awareness of the profession to assist in the recruiting of students for accounting programs.

·         Encourage college accounting students to sit for the CPA exam through coaching methods, developing techniques to successful testing and working with the society’s CPA exam preparation affinity partners.  

·         Inspire college accounting students to enter the profession through various methods such as engaging member firms in visitations, providing internships, sponsoring of recognized campus activities and other initiatives.

·         Coordinate efforts with the Moynihan Fund’s Career Opportunities in the Accounting Profession (COAP) program.



Who Should Join:


Members with an interest in and a desire to see the profession thrive by actively attracting bright young minds.