Founded in 1887, the AICPA helps you enter the CPA profession and stay there, by connecting you to the people and information you need to succeed.
How does the AICPA do it? By advocating on your behalf to regulators, legislators and the general public, letting them know how essential CPAs are to society. It provides continuing education opportunities to make smart accounting professionals even smarter. It launches websites like www.ThisWayToCPA.com to provide tips, insight and data to help you reach your CPA destination.
The AICPA also develops and grades the Uniform CPA Examination, so if you’ve taken it – or studied for it – you’ve seen the organization's work. It’s all part of the AICPA's plan to build accountancy’s reputation as a profession of individuals who are educated, ethical, and focused on serving the common good.
Becoming an AICPA Student Affiliate is free and gives you access to tools and resources that will help you make the most of your college years. And once you're a CPA, the AICPA will continue to support your journey with technical resources, training, networking opportunities and expert guidance.
AICPA Student Affiliated members receive:
*The AICPA Student Affiliate membership is available for those who are part time or full time students who have not yet passed the CPA Exam.
Becoming an AICPA Student Affiliate is easy. Just go to www.ThisWayToCPA.com and click on the button that says “Join AICPA”.
Anna E. Howard, CPA, CMA is the Senior Manager of Academic Initiatives at the AICPA. Before joining the AICPA, Anna served as a director of the Master of Science in Accounting program at Nichols College and taught accounting and audit courses at Merrimack College, Great Bay Community College, and the University of New Hampshire. She started her career as an audit associate at PricewaterhouseCoopers and has over fifteen years of experience in corporate finance.
Anna received her BBA in Accounting from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst and an MBA from Clark University.
Robert Half is committed, as a Beta Alpha Psi Professional Partner, to the continuous learning and workplace training of the next generation of financial and business information professionals. We value the support among peers within the accounting industry, and the relationship we’ve built with students over the years.
Paul McDonald and Dan DeNisco