Volunteering for a committee or other service is an excellent way to get the most from your TSCPA membership. TSCPA has many committees and other volunteer opportunities to help members enhance professional skills and make new contacts.
There are a variety of committees and programs that might fit your personal and professional goals as well as time constraints. Benefits of volunteering include:
Professional and personal growth.
- Development of leadership skills.
- Networking and mentoring opportunities.
- Satisfaction of community involvement.
- Recognition from employers and peers.
- Giving back to the profession.
The deadline to volunteer for committee membership for the next fiscal year (June-May) is usually in early December. E-mail Rhonda Ledbetter
to request appointment to a committee or ask questions.
Alternate Ways To Get Involved:
TSCPA members can submit articles to Today’s CPA magazine,
promote accounting careers at a high school career fair, educate members of a community group about retirement or another personal finance topic, contribute to the CPA-PAC, and much more:
Volunteer With Your Chapter -
The Society and its 20 chapters offer various options, including committee participation, so you can meet other CPAs in similar positions and industries.
Speakers' Bureau -
Opportunities to speak about personal finance and small business topics in your community abound. Free resources on many topics are available.
Financial Literacy -
Share your financial wisdom with your community.
Accounting Career Education (ACE) -
Share your knowledge about accounting careers with students in your local area. Free materials are available.
Ask A Member -
Connect with other members for informal consultation or volunteer to help.