The CPA Board has created a handy worksheet designed to assist accounting students in evaluating the progress they’ve made toward meeting the new CPA Licensure educational requirements.
Use the worksheet below to determine how many classes you have completed and how many you still need to take. Refer to the Tip Sheet that lists all of the classes they require as you go: http://www.dca.ca.gov/cba/applicants/tip_sheet2017.pdf.
Not sure where you can take classes to meet all the requirements? Unfortunately, you can’t meet all the new requirements at UCSD. Additional course work can be completed by obtaining a Masters Degree in Accounting or by taking additional courses at a community college or at a continuing education program such as UCSD Extension.
Find more information about CPA Licensure and find FAQs on the California Board of Accountancy website.
Find the worksheet HERE.
USGBC Students General Body Meeting – Elections!
Monday, May 6 5pm-6pm
Thurgood Marshall College Room, PC West, Second Floor
Now is your chance to attain a board member position for USGBC Student Group at UCSD! Our board members are graduating in June and are handing off the reins of USGBC Student Group to you! Elections will take place at our GBM on Monday, May 6 from 5pm to 6pm. Come to the GBM and grab your seat on the board!
FREE PIZZA WILL BE SERVED!
The board member positions are remarkably rewarding and include amazing connections with UCSD staff and other sustainability-minded student orgs. You will be instantly connected to hundreds of UCSD students and staff by means of sustainability projects and activities. If you are hard-working, open-minded, and dedicated to sustainability, then come to our GBM and run for a board member position! To become a general member, go to usgbc.ucsd.edu and click “Get Involved” to fill out the online Membership Form.
Facebook Event Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/444649152283712/
The Undergraduate Investment Society and Financial Professionals Network present Week 5 GBM: All About Internships.
Join us as guest speakers including Edward Youn, Richard Sun, and Bryan Young share tips and tricks from their past internship experiences with companies JMI Equity, Cappello Capital, and Gateway Partners. Get first-hand advice from successful students joining companies like Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Barclays, and Guggenheim Partners, who realize the difficulty of entering the finance industry from a non-target school. Come learn all about internships and how to direct yourself towards the path of success!
See you there!
When: 8pm, Tuesday, April 30th
Where : Otterson Hall 1S113
Undergraduate student organization Triton Consulting Group is working to boost the number and quality of management consulting firms that visit UCSD with the intention of recruiting undergrads. They are conducting a survey to come up with a focused list of companies that could realistically start recruiting at on campus over the next few years.
Triton Consulting Group needs YOUR input into what consulting forms you would like to see have a presence on campus. Please take 1 minute to fill out the survey below:
UC SAN DIEGO BUSINESS COUNCIL & THE DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS PRESENT:
“How to Succeed in Business and Life with Mr. Sobieski”
Tuesday, May 7, 6:00-7:30PM
Student Services Center – Multipurpose room (near Yogurt World)
Drawing on over 50 years of experience as a lawyer, businessman and entrepreneur, Mr. Sobieski will provide students with indispensable keys to success about identifying and resolving ethical dilemmas they will face in life and while working in industries including — but not limited to — Finance, Auditing and Investing.
This free and interactive workshop will help you gain valuable insight about the real world and provide you with the skills necessary to succeed. Through Mr. Sobieski’s eclectic background, earn practical knowledge that will not only strengthen your professional skill-set, but also improve your resume in ways that companies love to see from their candidates.
We hope to see you all there!
*All majors AND alumni are welcome!*
Mr. Sobieski earned his JD from Stanford Law School in June 1960. His professional background includes:
- Founder and Chairman of Quadtek, Inc. a privately owned industrial imaging equipment company.
- Vice President & General Counsel of Denny’s Inc. from 1971-1973.
- One of three founders and partners in John Connolly & Associates, a venture capital firm.
- Securities Counsel for Litton Industries, a defense contractor company now owned by Northrup Grumman.
- Sole-practitioner lawyer & business consultant.
Video Cover Letter from Get Hired with Video is a creative new tool to help job seekers to differentiate themselves and get noticed by employers. As part of your response to job postings, a Video Cover Letter will enhance students’ resumes by allowing them to verbally communicate to an potential employer exactly why they are right for a position.
Rady recently met with the founder of the company and he has offered to teach a live workshop to a select group of UCSD students for free! (training normally costs $97). If you would like to be included in this group of free access users, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Only the first 40 students that reply will get free access.
Oxbridge Biotech Roundtable and the UCSD International Affairs Group is hosting a seminar on
The Value of Science in Business: Global Entrepreneurship in the Biotech Industry
Our speakers include:
Greg Horowitt – Co-Founder and Director, Global Enterprise of Global CONNECT
Jeff Stein – CEO of Trius Therapeutics
WHEN & WHERE
UCSD Great Hall
9500 Gilman Drive #0550 La Jolla, CA 92093
Monday, 13th May 2013 @ 6:30pm
Signup HERE: http://www.oxbridgebiotech.com/events/the-value-of-science-in-business/
This event is FREE and there is a free reception afterwards.
UC San Diego’s Career Services Center invites you to attend next week’s workshop:
Startups: What and How
Date: Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Time: 3-4:30 p.m.
Location: UC San Diego, Career Services Center, Horizon Room
Apple. Microsoft. Google. Facebook. Twitter. All of them are billion dollar companies today. But there was a time they were all just ideas. Just startups. In this workshop, you will learn about what makes an idea a “startup”, how does a startup become a billion dollar empire, and how students like you are just one idea away from your own empire.
- What is a startup?
- How do startups work?
- Why are startups so popular?
- What you need to turn your idea into a startup?