Help shape tomorrow

Becoming a mentor to an aspiring CPA can prove beneficial to you and your mentee.

If you're asked to mentor an aspiring CPA, please consider saying yes. Tomorrow's CPAs must have a formal mentor before they can start their practical experience requirements. Mentors must be members in good standing, successfully complete an orientation session and be in the same province as their mentee. The time commitment is less than 15 hours a year.

Mentoring is a rewarding way to give back to the profession and move forward by developing your management and professional skills.

In return, mentors receive exclusive access to online training and CPD credits.

Recruitment has begun and mentoring will start in September 2014. Contact your provincial/regional body or visit cpacanada.ca/cpamentorship to learn more.

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