So, you’re thinking about a career in accounting Or, maybe you’re already in the accounting profession and you want to take it to the next level. Perhaps you’re just thinking of a career change? Whatever your circumstance, you should definitely consider becoming a Certified Public Accountant, or CPA. To all the current students who are reading this, I am obviously an extremely biased source, but I cannot stress enough how incredible of a resource the Career Center is. Every single one of us will need to get a job one day, and the Career Center is a resource for Jumbos now and after graduation. There is literally a team of professionally-trained, friendly people waiting in the back of Dowling Hall to help you in every way possible to get that job, find that internship, finish that resume. Do not be that person who waits until senior spring to walk in the door. It can be a 15-minute drop-in with a Career Fellow or a one-hour appointment with a Career Advisor – no matter what it is, you will get something out of coming here. Look at everything that I got out of three years of regular visits.
But, it isn’t a free lunch. The CPA earns his/her stripes by enduring a rigorous course of study and training, capped off with one of the most notoriously difficult professional exams in the world: The Uniform Certified Public Accountants Examination Once a candidate passes the exam, it’s time to get licensed, which requires jumping through some more hoops. Even better, once you’ve attained licensure, you’ve earned the privilege of working long hours doing tough, complicated, and sometimes tedious work.
Channel development execs know how to use their knowledge of sales channel development strategies to help their employer and the employer’s channel partners expand their customer base, solve customer’s problems, and grow business. Many years of proven skills in sales and channel development are usually the major qualifications for top positions in this area. In this area, these skills are valued and rewarded, highly.
The Board of Directors is responsible for the general direction, control and management of the affairs, work and property of ICERM. For this reason, the Board of Directors shall always be and act as the governing body of the Organization under the watch of the Peace Council. All Board members shall have important legal and fiduciary responsibility to ICERM that requires a commitment of time, skills, and resources. The primary responsibility of the Board of Directors includes, but not limited to, supervising, making and approving decisions affecting the mission, vision and purposes of the Organization, its programs and services, goals, plans, strategies, policies, values, as well as basic responsibility for funding all programs and specific projects.
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Studies also show that these skills are most likely to be taught and learned when acquisition of them is explicitly stated along with other program goals. For one thing, doing so keeps the attention of instructors focused on activities to build these skills. For another, it places employability skill development on the same level as academic and technical skills, thereby communicating to students that they are important and need to be learned. Employability skills, then, can be taught and are important to teach.