PCPS Accounting Advisory Council Toolkit
We’re charting a future for educating the next generation of accountants. If we work together, accounting educators and professionals can grow the profession. You can get involved by joining — or starting — an accounting advisory council (AAC) to strengthen your firm’s relationships with academic accounting departments or schools in your area.
This toolkit offers tips for getting involved in an AAC. Inside, you’ll find information on the core functions of an AAC and how they can foster collaboration between faculty, students and your practice. You’ll learn how these councils help create learning and employment opportunities for faculty and students alike.
Accounting Advisory Councils (AAC): A toolkit for CPA firms
Learn how taking part in an AAC can be a benefit to your firm as well as students and accounting programs.
AAC testimonials from involved practitioners
Get an inside look at how taking part in an AAC can encourage collaboration between faculty, students and your practice.
Creating an Accounting Advisory Council
Based on real-life experiences and programs, students and academics can find guidance and tips on building a council of advisors.