Founded in 2011 by a group of professional accountants, the Community Ambassadors help CPAs find meaningful and productive volunteer opportunities where they can build on their skill set by offering financial expertise, leadership, and guidance to non-profit organizations in need. The Community Ambassadors aim to help non-profit organizations, ranging from small to large and complex, that serve a wide variety of sectors. These sectors include poverty reduction, health, support for children, addictions recovery, the arts, animals, and the environment.
The Connector Program introduces individuals seeking information and opportunities to well-connected local CPAs. We put the Participant, the person interested in making the connection, directly in touch with local members who volunteer as Connectors.
This program is for CPAs, candidates, students as well as foreign-trained accounting professionals or those new to Alberta who are interested in building their professional network. Time Commitment: 1-hour meeting with a brief follow-up (additional 1-hour commitments can be made).
The CPA Alberta Job Board helps connect CPAs and candidates to employment and volunteer opportunities. Volunteer positions can be advertised for free by visiting jobs.cpaalberta.ca. Questions about this service should be directed to Eric Pye, Career Services Advisor.
Daily Dividends provides timely and relevant information to CPA Alberta members, including the latest postings for upcoming volunteer opportunities. Be sure to check your Daily Dividends emails or click the below link to see the latest opportunities.
Share your knowledge and expertise by becoming a financial literacy volunteer with CPA Canada. This program helps Canadians improve their financial knowledge and make the best possible choices for their circumstances. Learn more or email email@example.com.
This program helps aspiring CPAs develop a mentoring relationship that can lead to insights, opportunities and improved skills. We are currently looking for mentors to take part in the 2017 Mentorship Program. Time commitment is 12-24 hours of interaction over one year (may be eligible for Continuing Professional Development hours).
As a member in good standing, you can provide guidance to aspiring CPAs to help them achieve the required competencies for becoming a Chartered Professional Accountant.
Through this valuable program, CPAs, candidates and students can volunteer to help low-income Albertans complete their tax returns free of charge each year.
*The effort members dedicate to this volunteer program may qualify as development of new and existing competencies that are relevant to the CPA profession. Therefore, CPA Alberta members may count the following as verifiable Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours: preparation time for every new or revised module they deliver (up to and including the first presentation).
For more information on volunteer opportunities with CPA Alberta, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.