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    Host a Financial Literacy Program Community Organizations

    Template Flyer template for state societies and firms to encourage community organizations to host a financial literacy program
    Published on February 24, 2006

    State CPA Society Volunteer Information

    Article Alphabetical list of state and territory CPA societies and organizations
    Published on August 02, 2013

    CPA Mobilization Kit User Guide

    Guide Links to all sections of the CPA Mobilization Kit User Guide for volunteers of the financial literacy initiative. Access the guide?s outline, learn how to integrate your efforts, and find sample materials.
    Published on January 28, 2011

    Community Outreach

    Guide Guidance on financial literacy community outreach, including a link to the CPA Mobilization Kit User Guide, steps involved in organizing a financial literacy day, reaching out to schools, churches and much more.
    Published on January 28, 2011

    National CPA Financial Literacy Commission

    Objectives or Roster The National CPA Financial Literacy Commission's mission statement is to lead the CPA profession in a national effort to advance the financial literacy of Americans. Learn what their objectives to this mission.
    Published on January 28, 2011

    Definition of Roles

    Overview There are currently 27 volunteer roles available within the Volunteer System as shown below.  In some cases a particular role, such as Treasurer, should be self explanatory and therefore no definition is provided.  Where appropriate, details on th
    Published on January 28, 2011

    Feed the Pig

    Toolkit The AICPA, in partnership with the Ad Council, is pleased to announce the launch of the next phase of its award-winning Feed the Pig campaign with the release of new public service advertisements.
    Published on January 05, 2012

    Feed the Pig Frequently Asked Questions

    FAQ The Feed the Pig campaign targets young working adults, ages 25-34, who are in the midst of establishing their spending and saving patterns.  These adults could be in any life stage – buying a house for the first time, having children, getting married, etc.
    Published on January 04, 2012

    Audit Committee Matching System

    Overview A system built to give members an opportunity to serve on boards of directors, and as a public service providing a list of qualified candidates to serve on boards of directors and presumably the audit committees of those boards. Learn more about the Audit Committee Matching System.
    Published on January 28, 2011

    Types of Volunteer Groups

    Overview All members of the Council, Boards, Committees, Subcommittees, Panels, Centers and Task Forces (hereinafter "volunteer groups")   Advisory Committees – A committee designated as an Advisory Committee is not responsible for policy-setting as are regular co
    Published on October 11, 2011

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