The Ledger (wk10S) — Summer Intern in Bend,  PLAN for FALL recruiting NOW, KPMG Open House & Sum Open House Inform

Personal & Professional Events

START planning for the fall term
OPEN TO ALL ACCOUNTING/FINANCE/BIS MAJORS
FALL 2017

Week 1: Wed., Sept. 27th from 6-7:30 pm in location TBD
Information Session/Recruiters Panel
Week 2: Wed., Oct. 4th from 6-8pm pm in location MU Ball Room, professional dress
Professional Events

1. KPMG Portland is hosting a live stream of one of the 2017 KPMG Women’s Leadership Summit (WLS) keynote speeches in our office on June 28th, 2017 at 2:45 PM (wrapping up at 4:45 PM). We would love to open up our doors to any students interested in attending. All students will have an opportunity to tour our offices, network with KPMG professionals, and participate in a post-keynote panel discussion. Snacks and beverages will be served. Spots are limited, so they should make sure to RSVP as soon as possible. If you wouldn’t mind, please help us spread the word amongst students. I’ve attached an informational slide with a link and QR code to register. Please post on campus and social media as you see fit and don’t hesitate to let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

See more info on the KPMG WLS via the following link: https://womensleadership.kpmg.us/

2. You’re Invited! Portland Summer Open Houses — Deloitte, EY, KPMG, Moss Adams & PwC

Greetings! The Portland offices of Deloitte, EY, KPMG, Moss Adams, and PwC will be opening their doors to all interested students on Wednesday, August 23, 2017. Students who attend the open houses will have the opportunity to meet staff from each firm, tour the offices, and ask any questions they may have about that firm and the upcoming recruiting season.

There will be no formal programming during the designated time frame for each firm, so students are encouraged to stop in at each office as their schedule allows.

Attire will be business casual. As it may be easiest to walk from firm to firm, we recommend comfortable shoes.

Open House Schedule and Locations for Wednesday, August 23:
9:00 am – 11:00 am — Deloitte (111 SW 5th Avenue, Suite 3900)
10:00 am – 12:00 pm — KPMG (1300 SW 5th Avenue, 38th floor)
11:00 am – 1:00 pm — PwC (805 SW Broadway, 8th floor)
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm —  Moss Adams (805 SW Broadway, 11th floor)
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm — EY (1120 NW Couch Street, Suite 425)

We look forward to seeing you later this summer!

3. Save the Date for the 2017 OSCPA Career Showcase, which will be held at the Oregon Convention Center on Thursday, September 28, 2017 from 6:00 – 8:30 p.m.

This career development event is free to attend, however, we ask you and your students to pre-register. Students will have the opportunity to speak with representatives from local and regional firms, industry organizations and government agencies.

OSCPA student members will be granted early entry to this event to meet with the representatives. Student membership is $25 for the year and in addition to early entry, it includes free registration to a number of events designed specifically for new professionals. Please encourage your students to join by completing a student membership application.

Nicole Proulx
enproulx@orcpa.org

Leadership & Scholarship Opportunities

Intro to Coaching & Mentoring, BA 407 We’d like to see Accounting Student with interest in learning the softer skills needed to be successful.  We think this might be a great opportunity.  See flyer
Build valuable skills, make an impact, earn credit! The aim of this course is two-fold: (1) provide those with senior standing an opportunity to gain résumé-worthy mentoring/coaching experience and (2) assist first and second year students integrate into the business school and succeed in their first business classes. Fall 2017, 2 credits: A theory-based exploration of mentoring and coaching with a focus on preparing students for hands-on experiences in the winter and spring terms. Meets weekly for 2 hours. Winter and Spring 2018, 1 credit each: Once-weekly opportunities to lead groups of students in hour-long discussions of relevant topics such as contributing to a team project, leading others, etc. Registration information: BA 407, Section 2, CRN 25776

Job & Internship Opportunities

Off-Campus
INTERNSHIP IN BEND:
1.  Moss Adams has a client in Bend who is looking for an intern this summer.  The work can begin anytime and needs to be done by July 15-20. They will pay $15/hour.
Contact Nikole.Kusak@mossadams.com — ASAP if your interested

FULL TIME POSITION
1. Corwin Beverage Staff Accountant — looking for graduating senior

Corwin Beverage Co. is a fourth generation, family-owned, distribution company who has been selling since 1941. We are the exclusive distributor for Pepsi and Pepsi affiliated brands in Southwest Washington. We work with over 100 different suppliers and carry more than 1,800 unique products.

PURPOSE
Ensure the continuous growth of Corwin Beverage that maximizes all of our resources while creating an environment of high expectations and accountabilities of all.  Continuously support the Finance and Accounting Department by ensuring expert financial management and flawless financial reporting.

Contact: Brian Bortvedt
Bortvedt@corwinbevco.com
(360) 857-5123
www.corwinbevco.com

On-Campus
1.  OSU Alumni Association Membership Student Assistant
The OSU Alumni Association has an opening for a student position on the membership team.  This is a year-round position starting in the fall.  Ability to start during the summer is desirable.  This is a part-time student position working 10 – 20 hours per week at the CH2M Hill Alumni Center.
Apply by submitting a cover letter and resume to Christi.kasten@oregonstate.edu, Sr. Associate Executive Director.
2.  Gleim is now seeking professional and highly energetic accounting students to become leaders in our Campus Rep Program!

This program allows accounting students with a junior-level standing or above to earn a (valued at up to $1899) while enjoying the following career-enhancing benefits:

  • Peer and professional networking
  • Entrepreneurial skill development
  • Increased leadership abilities

The Campus Rep responsibilities are easy to accomplish with a full-time student work load. By dedicating an average of only 20 hours a semester, students can earn their free review system in a variety of ways, including coordinating and attending accounting events, interacting with other students via social media, and educating students on accounting certification options.

The start of the summer and fall semesters are perfect times for students to join our fun, fast-growing program. Please advise your students to apply by visiting our  and completing the short contact form.

Sarah Sheppard, our Campus Rep Coordinator, is available at campus.rep@gleim.com or 800.874.5346 ext. 453.

Posted in Uncategorized

The Ledger (wk9S) — LAST BAP Meeting, Job Opport, PLAN for FALL recruiting NOW, KPMG Open House & Sum Open House Inform 

Personal & Professional Events
LAST Beta Alpha Psi/ IMA
Wed., May 31st from 6-7pm in AH 226 — pizza provided
Johanna Kedroski from Bernston Porter will speak about creating a professional network.

START planning for the fall term
OPEN TO ALL ACCOUNTING/FINANCE/BIS MAJORS
FALL 2017

Week 1: Wed., Sept. 27th from 6-7:30 pm in location TBD
Information Session/Recruiters Panel
Week 2: Wed., Oct. 4th from 6-8pm pm in location MU Ball Room, professional dress

Professional Events

KPMG Portland is hosting a live stream of one of the 2017 KPMG Women’s Leadership Summit (WLS) keynote speeches in our office on June 28th, 2017 at 2:45 PM (wrapping up at 4:45 PM). We would love to open up our doors to any students interested in attending. All students will have an opportunity to tour our offices, network with KPMG professionals, and participate in a post-keynote panel discussion. Snacks and beverages will be served. Spots are limited, so they should make sure to RSVP as soon as possible. If you wouldn’t mind, please help us spread the word amongst students. I’ve attached an informational slide with a link and QR code to register. Please post on campus and social media as you see fit and don’t hesitate to let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

See more info on the KPMG WLS via the following link: https://womensleadership.kpmg.us/

You’re Invited! Portland Summer Open Houses — Deloitte, EY, KPMG, Moss Adams & PwC

Greetings! The Portland offices of Deloitte, EY, KPMG, Moss Adams, and PwC will be opening their doors to all interested students on Wednesday, August 23, 2017. Students who attend the open houses will have the opportunity to meet staff from each firm, tour the offices, and ask any questions they may have about that firm and the upcoming recruiting season.

There will be no formal programming during the designated time frame for each firm, so students are encouraged to stop in at each office as their schedule allows.

Attire will be business casual. As it may be easiest to walk from firm to firm, we recommend comfortable shoes.

Open House Schedule and Locations for Wednesday, August 23:
9:00 am – 11:00 am — Deloitte (111 SW 5th Avenue, Suite 3900)
10:00 am – 12:00 pm — KPMG (1300 SW 5th Avenue, 38th floor)
11:00 am – 1:00 pm — PwC (805 SW Broadway, 8th floor)
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm —  Moss Adams (805 SW Broadway, 11th floor)
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm — EY (1120 NW Couch Street, Suite 425)

We look forward to seeing you later this summer!

Save the Date for the 2017 OSCPA Career Showcase, which will be held at the Oregon Convention Center on Thursday, September 28, 2017 from 6:00 – 8:30 p.m.

This career development event is free to attend, however, we ask you and your students to pre-register. Students will have the opportunity to speak with representatives from local and regional firms, industry organizations and government agencies.
OSCPA student members will be granted early entry to this event to meet with the representatives. Student membership is $25 for the year and in addition to early entry, it includes free registration to a number of events designed specifically for new professionals. Please encourage your students to join by completing a student membership application.
In addition, the OSCPA Career Development Strategic Committee enjoyed presenting at various college/university Beta Alpha Psi/Accounting Club meetings this past year and would like to continue to present on the accounting profession, answer questions that students may have, and be supportive in any way possible. If you would like me to schedule an OSCPA committee member to present at an upcoming Beta Alpha Psi/Accounting Club meeting, please forward the representative’s contact information. I’d be happy to work directly with them.
If you have any additional questions, please let me know. I look forward to speaking with you soon.
Warm regards,
Nicole Proulx
Assistant Manager
Member Services & Professional Development
Oregon Society of CPAs | orcpa.org
d: 503-597-5477enproulx@orcpa.org

Leadership & Scholarship Opportunities

Intro to Coaching & Mentoring, BA 407 We’d like to see Accounting Studentg with interest in learning the softer skills needed to be successful.  We think this might be a great opportunity.  See flyer
Build valuable skills, make an impact, earn credit! The aim of this course is two-fold: (1) provide those with senior standing an opportunity to gain résumé-worthy mentoring/coaching experience and (2) assist first and second year students integrate into the business school and succeed in their first business classes. Fall 2017, 2 credits: A theory-based exploration of mentoring and coaching with a focus on preparing students for hands-on experiences in the winter and spring terms. Meets weekly for 2 hours. Winter and Spring 2018, 1 credit each: Once-weekly opportunities to lead groups of students in hour-long discussions of relevant topics such as contributing to a team project, leading others, etc. Registration information: BA 407, Section 2, CRN 25776

Job & Internship Opportunities

On-Campus
1.  OSU Alumni Association Membership Student Assistant
The OSU Alumni Association has an opening for a student position on the membership team.  This is a year-round position starting in the fall.  Ability to start during the summer is desirable.  This is a part-time student position working 10 – 20 hours per week at the CH2M Hill Alumni Center.
Apply by submitting a cover letter and resume to Christi.kasten@oregonstate.edu, Sr. Associate Executive Director.
2.  This Accounting Technician position within the AABC Poling Finance team supports University Housing & Dining Services, University Conference Services, Athletics, Office of Human Resources, Facilities Services, Enterprise Risk Services, Transportation Services, and Capital Planning and Development. The position processes documents for the payment of goods and services, enters correcting Journal Vouchers, and processes travel reimbursements.

Please see full job announcement and apply at:   Application deadline ASAP.

3.  Student Position in the Office of Audit Services. To Apply  Visit https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/ on or after April 26, 2017. On the main jobs page,  click the “Student” button and find the position titled, “Student Technical Assistant.”

4. Wiley CPA Representative:
Wiley is looking for a student representative.  The Campus Rep would serve as a liaison between your school and Wiley and it’s only a few hours of work per semester.  He or she would receive a full CPA review course scholarship (retail value $1,850).
Carla Ng, CPA, PMP
Carla.Ng@wiley.com

5.  Gleim is now seeking professional and highly energetic accounting students to become leaders in our Campus Rep Program!

This program allows accounting students with a junior-level standing or above to earn a (valued at up to $1899) while enjoying the following career-enhancing benefits:

  • Peer and professional networking
  • Entrepreneurial skill development
  • Increased leadership abilities

The Campus Rep responsibilities are easy to accomplish with a full-time student work load. By dedicating an average of only 20 hours a semester, students can earn their free review system in a variety of ways, including coordinating and attending accounting events, interacting with other students via social media, and educating students on accounting certification options.

The start of the summer and fall semesters are perfect times for students to join our fun, fast-growing program. Please advise your students to apply by visiting our  and completing the short contact form.

Sarah Sheppard, our Campus Rep Coordinator, is available at campus.rep@gleim.com or 800.874.5346 ext. 453.

Off-Campus
1. Corwin Beverage Staff Accountant — looking for graduating senior
Corwin Beverage Co. is a fourth generation, family-owned, distribution company who has been selling since 1941. We are the exclusive distributor for Pepsi and Pepsi affiliated brands in Southwest Washington. We work with over 100 different suppliers and carry more than 1,800 unique products.

PURPOSE
Ensure the continuous growth of Corwin Beverage that maximizes all of our resources while creating an environment of high expectations and accountabilities of all.  Continuously support the Finance and Accounting Department by ensuring expert financial management and flawless financial reporting.

Contact: Brian Bortvedt
Bortvedt@corwinbevco.com
(360) 857-5123
www.corwinbevco.com

2.  Selmet — Albany
Selmet, Inc. in Albany is hiring for a full-time Financial Analyst, an entry-level position appropriate for graduating seniors. Here is a link to Beaver Careers posting

Posted in Uncategorized

The Ledger (wk8S) — AIS Panel, REGISTER Fall Leadership Course, KPMG Open House & Summer Open House Information

Personal & Professional Events

Beta Alpha Psi/ Institute of Managerial Accounting
Wed., May 24th from 6-7pm in AH 226 — pizza provided
AIS panel — please join us to learn more about AIS and the various opportunities for students interested in BIS and Accounitng.

Field Trips (engagement activities) — FULL
1.  Oregon Freeze Dry Tour — Albany — FULL
Please RSVP to Chris Akroyd  Chris.Akroyd@bus.oregonstate.edu
8:30am  Leave Motor Pool
9-11am OFD Tour and Q&A with Greg Hoggard  (Controller)
12pm return to Motor Pool

CPA Exam Planning Workshop
Please Join Becker Account Manager, Katie Wilson, to get your questions answered about the CPA Exam!

Navigating state requirements, application process and timeline planning can be confusing and often times frustrating. After talking with a number of students this spring, I have decided to hold a few webinars to walk students through that process, help you create your study plan and get your questions answered!

Webinars will be held Tuesday May 23rd at 10:00 AM and 7:00 PM
And Wednesday May 24
th at 8:00 AM and 6:00 PM

If you are interested in attending this workshop, please RSVP using the link below and you will receive a meeting invite with log-in directions Monday May 22nd. If none of these times work for you, there is a spot on the RSVP to request a different time, and I will do my best to accommodate student requests.
Katie Wilson
206.595.8034
kwilson@becker.com

Professional Events

Open House:
1.  KPMG professionals, including myself, will be on campus May 24th for tabling and office hours. It should be a great opportunity for students, especially those looking to get a jump on next year’s recruiting (both fall internship/fulltime and winter summer leadership) to connect with the firm one last time before we head into the summer months. As always, please feel free to swing by at any point during the day to say hello. I’m always available to catchup and talk all things KPMG, recruiting, or anything else on your mind! See attached flyers#2

Our current schedule of events is as follows:

What Where When (May 24th)
Open Office Hours
& Casual Networking
(Coffee & Pastries Provided)
Austin 124 (Career Success Center Conference Room) 10:00 AM – 11:40 AM
1:20 PM – 3:00 PM
Marketplace Tabling Austin Marketplace 10:00 AM – 11:40 AM
1:20 PM

You’re Invited! Portland Summer Open Houses — Deloitte, EY, KPMG, Moss Adams & PwC

Greetings! The Portland offices of Deloitte, EY, KPMG, Moss Adams, and PwC will be opening their doors to all interested students on Wednesday, August 23, 2017. Students who attend the open houses will have the opportunity to meet staff from each firm, tour the offices, and ask any questions they may have about that firm and the upcoming recruiting season.

There will be no formal programming during the designated time frame for each firm, so students are encouraged to stop in at each office as their schedule allows.

Attire will be business casual. As it may be easiest to walk from firm to firm, we recommend comfortable shoes.

Open House Schedule and Locations for Wednesday, August 23:
9:00 am – 11:00 am — Deloitte (111 SW 5th Avenue, Suite 3900)
10:00 am – 12:00 pm — KPMG (1300 SW 5th Avenue, 38th floor)
11:00 am – 1:00 pm — PwC (805 SW Broadway, 8th floor)
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm —  Moss Adams (805 SW Broadway, 11th floor)
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm — EY (1120 NW Couch Street, Suite 425)

We look forward to seeing you later this summer!

Leadership & Scholarship Opportunities

Intro to Coaching & Mentoring, BA 407 We’d like to see Accounting Studentg with interest in learning the softer skills needed to be successful.  We think this might be a great opportunity.  See flyer
Build valuable skills, make an impact, earn credit! The aim of this course is two-fold: (1) provide those with senior standing an opportunity to gain résumé-worthy mentoring/coaching experience and (2) assist first and second year students integrate into the business school and succeed in their first business classes. Fall 2017, 2 credits: A theory-based exploration of mentoring and coaching with a focus on preparing students for hands-on experiences in the winter and spring terms. Meets weekly for 2 hours. Winter and Spring 2018, 1 credit each: Once-weekly opportunities to lead groups of students in hour-long discussions of relevant topics such as contributing to a team project, leading others, etc. Registration information: BA 407, Section 2, CRN 25776

Job & Internship Opportunities

On-Campus
1.  This Accounting Technician position within the AABC Poling Finance team supports University Housing & Dining Services, University Conference Services, Athletics, Office of Human Resources, Facilities Services, Enterprise Risk Services, Transportation Services, and Capital Planning and Development. The position processes documents for the payment of goods and services, enters correcting Journal Vouchers, and processes travel reimbursements.

Please see full job announcement and apply at:   Application deadline ASAP.

2.  Student Position in the Office of Audit Services. To Apply  Visit https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/ on or after April 26, 2017. On the main jobs page,  click the “Student” button and find the position titled, “Student Technical Assistant.”

3. Wiley CPA Representative:
Wiley is looking for a student representative.  The Campus Rep would serve as a liaison between your school and Wiley and it’s only a few hours of work per semester.  He or she would receive a full CPA review course scholarship (retail value $1,850).
Carla Ng, CPA, PMP
Carla.Ng@wiley.com

4.  Gleim is now seeking professional and highly energetic accounting students to become leaders in our Campus Rep Program!

This program allows accounting students with a junior-level standing or above to earn a (valued at up to $1899) while enjoying the following career-enhancing benefits:

  • Peer and professional networking
  • Entrepreneurial skill development
  • Increased leadership abilities

The Campus Rep responsibilities are easy to accomplish with a full-time student work load. By dedicating an average of only 20 hours a semester, students can earn their free review system in a variety of ways, including coordinating and attending accounting events, interacting with other students via social media, and educating students on accounting certification options.

The start of the summer and fall semesters are perfect times for students to join our fun, fast-growing program. Please advise your students to apply by visiting our  and completing the short contact form.

Sarah Sheppard, our Campus Rep Coordinator, is available at campus.rep@gleim.com or 800.874.5346 ext. 453.

Off-Campus
Selmet — Albany
Selmet, Inc. in Albany is hiring for a full-time Financial Analyst, an entry-level position appropriate for graduating seniors. Here is a link to Beaver Careers posting
Posted in Uncategorized

The Ledger (wk7S) — Relay for Life (May 19th), Industry Tours, REGISTER Fall Leadership Course & Open House events

Personal & Professional Events

 
Beta Alpha Psi/ Institute of Managerial Accounting
Wed., May 19th from 6-7pm in AH 226 — pizza provided
Julie Brodell-Martin from Geffen Mesher will be presenting this week on how to excel during your first year.

THIS FRIDAY — Relay for Life — Beta Alpha Psi Team, May 19th-20th OSU MU 
Please donate and/or participate with Beta Alpha Psi (more details next week).  If you are a BAP candidate this is a GREAT way to earn your service hours.  Please reach out to Emilie Tappe tappee@oregonstate.edu if you have any questions.

With a few weeks left to the term I want to let you all know that this Friday’s Relay for Life Event will be the last opportunity to get community service hours for the year. This event is hosted at Oregon State University and goes from 6pm Friday night to 6am on the 20th. That’s a lot of hours!

In order to officially participate you MUST register here:
http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR?fr_id=80730&pg=team&team_id=2198624
** but if you register with a different team or can participate at the last minute please join us in the MU quad

AND donate $10 to the event.
Please reach out if you have any questions.
Best, Kayla Hansen hansekay@oregonstate.edu

Field Trips (engagement activities) — FULL
1. Bob’s Red Mill Tour — 13521 SE Pheasant Court, Portland
Please RSVP to Chris Akroyd  Chris.Akroyd@bus.oregonstate.edu
7:15am Depart from Motor Pool
9:15am Tour
10:30am Meet with Trey (CFO) for Q&A
11:45am Lunch
2:15 Return to Motor Pool
Tour:  World Headquarters of Bob’s Red Mill
Lunch:  Whole Grain Store Restaurant

2.  Oregon Freeze Dry Tour — Albany — FULL
Please RSVP to Chris Akroyd  Chris.Akroyd@bus.oregonstate.edu
8:30am  Leave Motor Pool
9-11am OFD Tour and Q&A with Greg Hoggard  (Controller)
12pm return to Motor Pool

Professional Events

Open Houses:
1.  PwC will be on-campus at OSU on Friday, May 19 from 10:00am to 2:00pm in the Austin Hall Marketplace to talk about Careers in Public Accounting! This is a great opportunity to learn about what exactly our individuals in Audit, Tax and Risk Assurance do on a day-to-day basis, network with our professionals, and get any recruiting-related questions answered ahead of fall recruiting next year.
Vio Olivier  Violette.m.olivier@pwc.com

2.  KPMG professionals, including myself, will be on campus May 24th for tabling and office hours. It should be a great opportunity for students, especially those looking to get a jump on next year’s recruiting (both fall internship/fulltime and winter summer leadership) to connect with the firm one last time before we head into the summer months. As always, please feel free to swing by at any point during the day to say hello. I’m always available to catchup and talk all things KPMG, recruiting, or anything else on your mind! See attached flyers#2

Our current schedule of events is as follows:

What Where When (May 24th)
Open Office Hours
& Casual Networking
(Coffee & Pastries Provided)
Austin 124 (Career Success Center Conference Room) 10:00 AM – 11:40 AM
1:20 PM – 3:00 PM
Marketplace Tabling Austin Marketplace 10:00 AM – 11:40 AM
1:20 PM – 3:00 PM

Spring Opportunities
1.  Please Join Becker Account Manager, Katie Wilson, to get your questions answered about the CPA Exam!

Navigating state requirements, application process and timeline planning can be confusing and often times frustrating. After talking with a number of students this spring, I have decided to hold a few webinars to walk students through that process, help you create your study plan and get your questions answered!

With finals just around the corner, I realize scheduling may be difficult. Because of that I have decided to hold 4, 60 minute webinars, so you can choose a time that works best for you.

Webinars will be held Tuesday May 23rd at 10:00 AM and 7:00 PM
And Wednesday May 24th at 8:00 AM and 6:00 PM

If you are interested in attending this workshop, please RSVP using the link below and you will receive a meeting invite with log-in directions Monday May 22nd. If none of these times work for you, there is a spot on the RSVP to request a different time, and I will do my best to accommodate student requests.
Katie Wilson
206.595.8034
kwilson@becker.com

Leadership & Scholarship Opportunities

Intro to Coaching & Mentoring, BA 407 We’d like to see Accounting Studentg with interest in learning the softer skills needed to be successful.  We think this might be a great opportunity.  See flyer
Build valuable skills, make an impact, earn credit! The aim of this course is two-fold: (1) provide those with senior standing an opportunity to gain résumé-worthy mentoring/coaching experience and (2) assist first and second year students integrate into the business school and succeed in their first business classes. Fall 2017, 2 credits: A theory-based exploration of mentoring and coaching with a focus on preparing students for hands-on experiences in the winter and spring terms. Meets weekly for 2 hours. Winter and Spring 2018, 1 credit each: Once-weekly opportunities to lead groups of students in hour-long discussions of relevant topics such as contributing to a team project, leading others, etc. Registration information: BA 407, Section 2, CRN 25776

Job & Internship Opportunities

On-Campus
1.  This Accounting Technician position within the AABC Poling Finance team supports University Housing & Dining Services, University Conference Services, Athletics, Office of Human Resources, Facilities Services, Enterprise Risk Services, Transportation Services, and Capital Planning and Development. The position processes documents for the payment of goods and services, enters correcting Journal Vouchers, and processes travel reimbursements.

Please see full job announcement and apply at:   Application deadline ASAP.

2.  Student Position in the Office of Audit Services. To Apply  Visit https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/ on or after April 26, 2017. On the main jobs page,  click the “Student” button and find the position titled, “Student Technical Assistant.”

3. Wiley CPA Representative:
Wiley is looking for a student representative.  The Campus Rep would serve as a liaison between your school and Wiley and it’s only a few hours of work per semester.  He or she would receive a full CPA review course scholarship (retail value $1,850).
Carla Ng, CPA, PMP
Carla.Ng@wiley.com

4.  Gleim is now seeking professional and highly energetic accounting students to become leaders in our Campus Rep Program!

This program allows accounting students with a junior-level standing or above to earn a (valued at up to $1899) while enjoying the following career-enhancing benefits:

  • Peer and professional networking
  • Entrepreneurial skill development
  • Increased leadership abilities

The Campus Rep responsibilities are easy to accomplish with a full-time student work load. By dedicating an average of only 20 hours a semester, students can earn their free review system in a variety of ways, including coordinating and attending accounting events, interacting with other students via social media, and educating students on accounting certification options.

The start of the summer and fall semesters are perfect times for students to join our fun, fast-growing program. Please advise your students to apply by visiting our  and completing the short contact form.

Sarah Sheppard, our Campus Rep Coordinator, is available at campus.rep@gleim.com or 800.874.5346 ext. 453.

Off-Campus
Selmet — Albany
Selmet, Inc. in Albany is hiring for a full-time Financial Analyst, an entry-level position appropriate for graduating seniors. Here is a link to Beaver Careers posting
Posted in Accounting Events, Accounting Industry, Career Opportunities, Internship Opportunities, Weekly Meetings

The Ledger (wk6S) — Banquet, Relay for Life (May 19th), Industry Tours & Fall Leadership Course

ATTENTION SENIORS
SENIORS you are cordially invited to attend the annual Accounting Banquet to be held at the Alumni Center (725 SW 26th St, Corvallis) on the evening of Wednesday, May 10th. Typically, guests arrive at 5:30p with a formal dinner beginning at 6:00p, and awards, recognition of seniors, etc. thereafter. Generally the evening ends by 8:00p. This year’s theme is “Accounting for the Future”.

Relay for Life — Beta Alpha Psi Team, May 19th-20th OSU MU 
Please donate and/or participate with Beta Alpha Psi (more details next week).  If you are a BAP candidate this is a GREAT way to earn your service hours.  Please reach out to Emilie Tappe tappee@oregonstate.edu if you have any questions.

Field Trips (engagement activities)
1. Bob’s Red Mill Tour — 13521 SE Pheasant Court, Portland
Please RSVP to Chris Akroyd  Chris.Akroyd@bus.oregonstate.edu
7:15am Depart from Motor Pool
9:15am Tour
10:30am Meet with Trey (CFO) for Q&A
11:45am Lunch
2:15 Return to Motor Pool
Tour:  World Headquarters of Bob’s Red Mill
Lunch:  Whole Grain Store Restaurant

2.  Oregon Freeze Dry Tour — Albany — FULL
Please RSVP to
Chris Akroyd  Chris.Akroyd@bus.oregonstate.edu
8:30am  Leave Motor Pool
9-11am OFD Tour and Q&A with Greg Hoggard  (Controller)
12pm return to Motor Pool

Professional Events
Spring Job Opportunities
1.  State of Oregon
2.  Oregon State University Office of Audit Services – Summer 2017
3.  Jones & Roth
4.  Kernutt Stokes
5.  Precision Castparts Co. & #2
6.  Moss Adams Winter 2018 Internship

Leadership & Scholarship Opportunities
Intro to Coaching & Mentoring, BA 407 We’d like to see Accounting Studentg with interest in learning the softer skills needed to be successful.  We think this might be a great opportunity.  See flyer
Build valuable skills, make an impact, earn credit! The aim of this course is two-fold: (1) provide those with senior standing an opportunity to gain résumé-worthy mentoring/coaching experience and (2) assist first and second year students integrate into the business school and succeed in their first business classes. Fall 2017, 2 credits: A theory-based exploration of mentoring and coaching with a focus on preparing students for hands-on experiences in the winter and spring terms. Meets weekly for 2 hours. Winter and Spring 2018, 1 credit each: Once-weekly opportunities to lead groups of students in hour-long discussions of relevant topics such as contributing to a team project, leading others, etc. Registration information: BA 407, Section 2, CRN 25776

IMA Scholarship
IMA is offering 10 CMA scholarships to students this year.  Applications need to be submitted to me by Friday, May 12.  Please email Dr. Akroyd if you are interested in being nominated.
Chris.Akroyd@bus.oregonstate.edu

The benefits include:
· IMA membership for up to 3 years while pursuing completion of the CMA exam
· Entrance fee to the CMA program
· Exam Support Package – an assessment tool that can help assess the content covered on the CMA exam
· Registration fees for the first attempt at both parts of the CMA exam
· Wiley CMA excel Review Course – comprehensive online materials for both exam parts (U.S. students only)

Eligibility Requirements
IMA is pleased to offer the CMA Scholarship opportunity to up to 10 of your students who are interested in pursuing CMA Certification. This includes both undergraduate and graduate level students in accredited accounting or business programs. Multiple faculty members can submit nominations but the limit is 10 per school, per academic year. Students in both U.S. and international accounting and finance programs are eligible to apply. For undergraduate programs, there is a preference that students completing the junior (third) year of their program be nominated for the award. Undergraduate and graduate level scholarships are awarded based on faculty nomination.

Job & Internship Opportunities

Job & Internship Opportunities
On-Campus

Student Position in the Office of Audit Services.  Please see attached flyer with details or attend the Career Fair on April 26th in AH 126 for more details.
To Apply  Visit https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/ on or after April 26, 2017. On the main jobs page,  click the “Student” button and find the position titled, “Student Technical Assistant.”

2. Wiley CPA Representative:
Wiley is looking for a student representative.  The Campus Rep would serve as a liaison between your school and Wiley and it’s only a few hours of work per semester.  He or she would receive a full CPA review course scholarship (retail value $1,850).
Carla Ng, CPA, PMP
Carla.Ng@wiley.com

3.  Gleim is now seeking professional and highly energetic accounting students to become leaders in our Campus Rep Program!

This program allows accounting students with a junior-level standing or above to earn a (valued at up to $1899) while enjoying the following career-enhancing benefits:

  • Peer and professional networking
  • Entrepreneurial skill development
  • Increased leadership abilities

The Campus Rep responsibilities are easy to accomplish with a full-time student work load. By dedicating an average of only 20 hours a semester, students can earn their free review system in a variety of ways, including coordinating and attending accounting events, interacting with other students via social media, and educating students on accounting certification options.

The start of the summer and fall semesters are perfect times for students to join our fun, fast-growing program. Please advise your students to apply by visiting our  and completing the short contact form.

Sarah Sheppard, our Campus Rep Coordinator, is available at campus.rep@gleim.com or 800.874.5346 ext. 453.

Off-Campus
Selmet — Albany
Selmet, Inc. in Albany is hiring for a full-time Financial Analyst, an entry-level position appropriate for graduating seniors. Here is a link to Beaver Careers posting
Posted in Uncategorized

The Ledger (wk5S) — PwC Office Hours, Financial Advisor (BAP); Acct Banquet

Personal & Professional Events

BAP/IMA Weekly Meetings:
Wed. May 3rd6-7pm in AH 226 (free food) — CLS Financial Advisors — The topic of discussion is Opportunities as a Personal Financial Specialist.

ATTENTION SENIORS
SENIORS you are cordially invited to attend the annual Accounting Banquet to be held at the Alumni Center (725 SW 26th St, Corvallis) on the evening of Wednesday, May 10th. Typically, guests arrive at 5:30p with a formal dinner beginning at 6:00p, and awards, recognition of seniors, etc. thereafter. Generally, the evening ends by 8:00p. This year’s theme is “Accounting for the Future”.

Please click here or the link below, to RSVP
Questions: Cheliss.thayer@oregonstate.edu

Follow this link to the Survey:
Or copy and paste the URL below into your internet browser:
https://oregonstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3JnfGItHjUDRVaJ

Field Trips (engagement activities)
1. Bob’s Red Mill Tour — 13521 SE Pheasant Court, Portland
Please RSVP to Chris Akroyd  Chris.Akroyd@bus.oregonstate.edu
7:15 am Depart from Motor Pool
9:15am Tour
10:30 am Meet with Trey (CFO) for Q&A
11:45am Lunch
2:15 Return to Motor Pool
Tour:  World Headquarters of Bob’s Red Mill
Lunch:  Whole Grain Store Restaurant

2.  Oregon Freeze Dry Tour — Albany — FULL
Please RSVP to Chris Akroyd  Chris.Akroyd@bus.oregonstate.edu
8:30 am  Leave Motor Pool
9-11am OFD Tour and Q&A with Greg Hoggard  (Controller)
12 pm return to Motor Pool

Professional Events

Spring Job Opportunities
1.  State of Oregon
2.  Oregon State University Office of Audit Services – Summer 2017
3.  Jones & Roth
4.  Kernutt Stokes
5.  Precision Castparts Co. & #2
6.  Moss Adams Winter 2018 Internship

PwC Office Hours — Tuesday, May 2nd
PwC will be on campus at OSU for office hours on Tuesday, May 2 in Austin 102 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Drop in anytime to get your recruiting questions answered, learn more about PwC, or introduce yourself and chat. There is no formal agenda, so swing by as you are able! We look forward to seeing you!

Leadership & Scholarship Opportunities

IMA Scholarship
IMA is offering 10 CMA scholarships to students this year.  Applications need to be submitted to me by Friday, May 12.  Please email Dr. Akroyd if you are interested in being nominated.
Chris.Akroyd@bus.oregonstate.edu

The benefits include:
· IMA membership for up to 3 years while pursuing completion of the CMA exam
· Entrance fee to the CMA program
· Exam Support Package – an assessment tool that can help assess the content covered on the CMA exam
· Registration fees for the first attempt at both parts of the CMA exam
· Wiley CMA excel Review Course – comprehensive online materials for both exam parts (U.S. students only)

Eligibility Requirements
IMA is pleased to offer the CMA Scholarship opportunity to up to 10 of your students who are interested in pursuing CMA Certification. This includes both undergraduate and graduate level students in accredited accounting or business programs. Multiple faculty members can submit nominations but the limit is 10 per school, per academic year. Students in both U.S. and international accounting and finance programs are eligible to apply. For undergraduate programs, there is a preference that students completing the junior (third) year of their program be nominated for the award. Undergraduate and graduate level scholarships are awarded based on faculty nomination.

Job & Internship Opportunities

On-Campus
Student Position in the Office of Audit Services.  Please see attached flyer for details or attend the Career Fair on April 26th in AH 126 for more details.
To Apply  Visit https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/ on or after April 26, 2017. On the main jobs page,  click the “Student” button and find the position titled, “Student Technical Assistant.”

2. Wiley CPA Representative:
Wiley is looking for a student representative.  The Campus Rep would serve as a liaison between your school and Wiley and it’s only a few hours of work per semester.  He or she would receive a full CPA review course scholarship (retail value $1,850).
Carla Ng, CPA, PMP
Carla.Ng@wiley.com

3.  Gleim is now seeking professional and highly energetic accounting students to become leaders in our Campus Rep Program!

This program allows accounting students with a junior-level standing or above to earn a (valued at up to $1899) while enjoying the following career-enhancing benefits:

  • Peer and professional networking
  • Entrepreneurial skill development
  • Increased leadership abilities

The Campus Rep responsibilities are easy to accomplish with a full-time student workload. By dedicating an average of only 20 hours a semester, students can earn their free review system in a variety of ways, including coordinating and attending accounting events, interacting with other students via social media, and educating students on accounting certification options.

The start of the summer and fall semesters are perfect times for students to join our fun, fast-growing program. Please advise your students to apply by completing the short contact form.

Sarah Sheppard, our Campus Rep Coordinator, is available at campus.rep@gleim.com or 800.874.5346 ext. 453.

Off-Campus
Precision Castparts Co.:
Please join us at the Career Fair on April 26th in AH 126
Are looking to hire accounting/finance interns for two positions.  This is an excellent opportunity with internship rotation. General company flier info here. & here

ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE – INTERNSHIPS AND CO-OPS We are seeking highly motivated IMPACT players to join our world of manufacturing. Do you thrive in a fast-paced, challenging environment where you are rewarded for results? Do you want to be a member of a team that is driven to win? If so, Precision Castparts Corp. may be just the place for you.  Students with a passion for leadership and who are seeking a great career in a fast-paced, growing organization are encouraged to apply online here. (job description flyer here)

ACCOUNTING/FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM We are seeking highly motivated IMPACT players to join our world of MANUFACTURING Do you thrive in a fast-paced, challenging environment where you are rewarded for results? Do you want to be a member of a team that is driven to win? If so, Precision Castparts Corp. may be just the place for you to build your career.
Students with a passion for leadership and who are seeking a great career in a fast-paced, growing organization are encouraged to apply. Please apply online here. (job description flyer here)

Selmet — Albany
2.  Selmet, Inc. in Albany is hiring for a full-time Financial Analyst, an entry-level position appropriate for graduating seniors. Here is a link to Beaver Careers posting

Posted in Accounting Events, Accounting Industry, Career Opportunities, Community Service Events, General Beta Alpha Psi, Internship Opportunities, Scholarship Opportunities, Uncategorized

The Ledger (wk4S) — THIS week Job Fair; Precision Cast Parts; OSU Summer Audit Internship

Personal & Professional Events

BAP/IMA Weekly Meetings:
Wed. April 26th, 6-7pm in AH 226 (free food) — “Precision Cast Parts on Managerial Accounting”  

ATTENTION SENIORS
SENIORS you are cordially invited to attend the annual Accounting Banquet to be held at the Alumni Center (725 SW 26th St, Corvallis) on the evening of Wednesday, May 10th. Typically, guests arrive at 5:30p with a formal dinner beginning at 6:00p, and awards, recognition of seniors, etc. thereafter. Generally, the evening ends by 8:00p. This year’s theme is “Accounting for the Future”.

Field Trips (engagement activities)
1. Bob’s Red Mill Tour — 13521 SE Pheasant Court, Portland
Please RSVP to Chris Akroyd  Chris.Akroyd@bus.oregonstate.edu
7:15 am Depart from Motor Pool
9:15am Tour
10:30 am Meet with Trey (CFO) for Q&A
11:45am Lunch
2:15 Return to Motor Pool
Tour:  World Headquarters of Bob’s Red Mill
Lunch:  Whole Grain Store Restaurant

2.  Oregon Freeze Dry Tour — Albany
Please RSVP to Chris Akroyd  Chris.Akroyd@bus.oregonstate.edu
8:30 am  Leave Motor Pool
9-11am OFD Tour and Q&A with Greg Hoggard  (Controller)
12 pm return to Motor Pool

Professional Events

Spring Accounting Job Fair
Wednesday, April 26th1-4pm (come and go), Austin Hall 126
** Professional Dress; Bring Resume
Looking for students who are interested in full-time or internships (Summer 2017, Fall 2017 & Winter 2018)
Participants include: See attached flyers for details
1.  State of Oregon
2.  Oregon State University Office of Audit Services – Summer 2017
3.  Jones & Roth
4.  Kernutt Stokes
5.  Precision Castparts Co. & #2
6.  Moss Adams Winter 2018 Internship

PwC Office Hours — Tuesday, May 2nd
PwC will be on campus at OSU for office hours on Tuesday, May 2 in Austin 102 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Drop in anytime to get your recruiting questions answered, learn more about PwC, or introduce yourself and chat. There is no formal agenda, so swing by as you are able! We look forward to seeing you!

Leadership & Scholarship Opportunities

IMA Scholarship
IMA is offering 10 CMA scholarships to students this year.  Applications need to be submitted to me by Friday, May 12.  Please email Dr. Akroyd if you are interested in being nominated.
Chris.Akroyd@bus.oregonstate.edu

The benefits include:
· IMA membership for up to 3 years while pursuing completion of the CMA exam
· Entrance fee to the CMA program
· Exam Support Package – an assessment tool that can help assess the content covered on the CMA exam
· Registration fees for the first attempt at both parts of the CMA exam
· Wiley CMA excel Review Course – comprehensive online materials for both exam parts (U.S. students only)

Eligibility Requirements
IMA is pleased to offer the CMA Scholarship opportunity to up to 10 of your students who are interested in pursuing CMA Certification. This includes both undergraduate and graduate level students in accredited accounting or business programs. Multiple faculty members can submit nominations but the limit is 10 per school, per academic year. Students in both U.S. and international accounting and finance programs are eligible to apply. For undergraduate programs, there is a preference that students completing the junior (third) year of their program be nominated for the award. Undergraduate and graduate level scholarships are awarded based on faculty nomination.

Job & Internship Opportunities

On-Campus
Student Position in the Office of Audit Services.  Please see attached flyer for details or attend the Career Fair on April 26th in AH 126 for more details.
To Apply  Visit https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/ on or after April 26, 2017. On the main jobs page,  click the “Student” button and find the position titled, “Student Technical Assistant.”

2. Wiley CPA Representative:
Wiley is looking for a student representative.  The Campus Rep would serve as a liaison between your school and Wiley and it’s only a few hours of work per semester.  He or she would receive a full CPA review course scholarship (retail value $1,850).
Carla Ng, CPA, PMP
Carla.Ng@wiley.com

Off-Campus
Precision Castparts Co.:
Please join us at the Career Fair on April 26th in AH 126
Are looking to hire accounting/finance interns for two positions.  This is an excellent opportunity with internship rotation. General company flier info here. & here

ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE – INTERNSHIPS AND CO-OPS We are seeking highly motivated IMPACT players to join our world of manufacturing. Do you thrive in a fast-paced, challenging environment where you are rewarded for results? Do you want to be a member of a team that is driven to win? If so, Precision Castparts Corp. may be just the place for you.  Students with a passion for leadership and who are seeking a great career in a fast-paced, growing organization are encouraged to apply online here. (job description flyer here)

ACCOUNTING/FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM We are seeking highly motivated IMPACT players to join our world of MANUFACTURING Do you thrive in a fast-paced, challenging environment where you are rewarded for results? Do you want to be a member of a team that is driven to win? If so, Precision Castparts Corp. may be just the place for you to build your career.
Students with a passion for leadership and who are seeking a great career in a fast-paced, growing organization are encouraged to apply. Please apply online here. (job description flier here)

Selmet — Albany
2.  Selmet, Inc. in Albany is hiring for a full-time Financial Analyst, an entry-level position appropriate for graduating seniors. Here is a link to Beaver Careers posting

Posted in Accounting Events, Accounting Industry, Career Opportunities, Community Service Events, General Beta Alpha Psi, Internship Opportunities, Scholarship Opportunities, Uncategorized

The Ledger (wk2S) – Acct Spring Job Fair; Deans Distinguished Lecture — special meeting with ACTG students, BAP Won first place

Personal & Professional Events

BETA ALPHA PSI WON FIRST PLACE AT THE REGIONAL MEETING IN SEATTLE WASHINGTON
Please congratulate the team but especially Julianna, Tyler, and AaronBAP/IMA Weekly Meetings: 
KPMG will be presenting on Wed., April 12th at 6 pm in AH 226. “Making your Time Matter”

Dean’s Distinguished Lecture — Special Invite
Friday, April 14th, 11-11:45
Trey Winthrop will be visiting next Friday, April 14 as part of the Dean’s Distinguished Lecture series. The lecture is from 10-10:45 AM. After the event, we invite accounting students to join us in the Dean’s boardroom from 11-12 PM for a small group conversation with him over a light lunch. If you would like to take advantage of this opportunity, you can RSVP here.  Seating is limited so please RSVP if you plan to attend this great networking opportunity.

Some background on Trey Winthrop: 
Trey Winthrop is the Chief Financial Officer at Bob’s Red Mill Natural Foods, Inc. and he’s been with the employee-owned company for over twelve years. He has strong leadership skills and an emphasis in the consumer packaged goods and manufacturing industries. His main priority is balancing the rapid growth of Bob’s Red Mill with keeping the value of people and relationships. Trey is an OSU alum.

A story from Bob’s Red Mill 
Information from the Portland Business 
A story from the Business Tribune

ATTENTION SENIORS
Mark you calendars, Wed. May 10th at 6 pm — please join us to celebrate your graduation and accomplishments.  The Accounting department would like to invite all graduating seniors to attend the accounting banquet — Wed. May 10th at 6 pm — CH2M Hill Alumni Center.

CSC Professional Development:
Please considering attending some of the CSC professional development activities — i.e. resume workshop on Tues & Wed from 1-3pm.  Stop by and make an appointment.

2.  Wiley Open HouseLearn about the CPA license and exam.  Wiley CPA Review will be in the CSC from 10-2pm — Wed. April 12th.

Scholarships Opportunities:
1.  Becker CPA review course:
Becker is excited to announce a scholarship opportunity designed to subsidize the cost for students paying out of pocket for their CPA review. Eligible students will receive 50% off our prevailing tuition, while scholarships last.  A value of $1697!

Eligibility:
·         Paying for the course out of pocket (Do not have a firm offer with a firm that pays for course in full, has a direct bill offer with Becker).
·         Complete this survey by 4/15
·         Redeem Scholarship and purchase course by 5/15 (Scholarship can be paired with our 0% financing)
To apply for this scholarship click here

Leadership Opportunities

Please check Beaver Careers
1.  DEADLINE — April 10th Grant Thorton Summer Leadership Program
GRANT THORNTON summer leadership opportunity is still open.  The deadline is April 10th.  Please check Beaver Careers and this attachment.  To apply, you must complete your application on Beaver Careers AND our Grant Thornton
or copy/paste www.grantthornton.com/campuscareers

When you apply on our GT website, please make sure to apply to the office location you would want to start your Grant Thornton career should you receive an associate offer at the end of the fall recruiting season.  Please also mention this in your cover letter.

Our on-campus interview date is April 16th.
Kelli Suguro
 | Recruiting Associate
Grant Thornton LLP
T +1 2064186023
kelli.suguro@us.gt.com
www.grantthornton.com

What is the Grow with Grant Thornton – Summer Leadership Program?
‘Grow with Grant Thornton’ is Grant Thornton’s Summer Leadership Program for sophomore and junior University candidates. Our Summer Leadership Program is a great opportunity for you to gain insight into Grant Thornton’s professional service offerings and get exposure to several of our Business Leaders, Senior Executives, Associates, and peers.

‘Grow with Grant Thornton’ is a 1-3 day interactive program at one of our 55 local or regional offices. During the Summer Leadership Program, you will be exposed to Grant Thornton’s service lines which include audit, tax, and advisory. You will also have an opportunity to interact with Grant Thornton team members and peers. The Program is designed to continue building your leadership skills and help you identify your own abilities and goals as you prepare for a successful transition from college into your career. The Program will include, but will not be limited to, the following:
• Shadowing an Associate or Senior Associate
• Gaining exposure to the type of work you can expect as an intern or full-time associate
• Assessing, developing, and sharpening your leadership skill set
• Participation in community outreach efforts

Job & Internship Opportunities

Please check Beaver CareersSpring Accounting Job Fair
Wed., April 26th 1-4pm
AH 126
*Professional Dress
**Bring your resumeLooking for students who are interested in full-time or internship (Summer 2017, Fall 2017, Winter 2018)

Firms HIRING for either full-time or internship (Summer 2017, Fall 2017, Winter 2018)

State of Oregon
Oregon State University Office of Audit Services
Jones & Roth
Kernutt Stokes
Precision Castparts
Moss Adams
Georgia Pacific

Off-Campus

Industry Summer Internships:
1.  Simple Finance — Awesome opportunity to work in Portland at a local banking Check out their web-site
Accounting Intern Posting
Finance InternPosting2. Local part-time student job opportunity.  It is open to any major that is motivated.  The job could be for many years and is flexible — working with a student schedule as long as you are a hard worker and responsible.  Please see below and attached document.

Conglobal Industries — Global Firm
JOB TITLE: CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT SPECIALIST
PAY: $10.25 -$12.00 / Hour
Job Summary:
Our Service Specialist provides exceptional service by email and phone. They process quotes and orders through our system, answer questions, and resolve issues promptly. They quote prices and delivery specifications accurately and assist other departments such as the sales team.
Contact: Curt Bourne 832.250.8712 or email at cbourne@cgini.com
Office address is 310 NW 5th, Suite 203 Corvallis, OR 97330
Please let me know if you have any questions.
ConGlobal Customer Engagement Specialist v3.pdf

On-Campus

Paid Tutoring Position:
The Beth Ray Student Center is looking for accounting tutors for athletes. Here’s a link to the job description.Accounting Asst. Position:
We are recruiting for a student accounting assistant again this year. This position would start June 1st to work full-time in the summer and part-time during the school year.
or Copy/Paste into a new browser
https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/40376
Stephanie.Harvey@oregonstate.edu

 
Posted in Accounting Events, Accounting Industry, Career Opportunities, Community Service Events, General Beta Alpha Psi, Internship Opportunities, Scholarship Opportunities, Uncategorized

The Ledger (wk1S) – Grant Thornton Summer Leadership, BAP/IMA – Deloitte

Personal & Professional Events

BAP/IMA Weekly Meetings:
Wed., April 5th at 6pm in AH 226.
Deloitte is going to present on “How to be a Rock Star Intern” at the April 5th BAP meeting.  Presenters will be David Sacoolas (senior manager) and Kyle Huus (manager).Deloitte is also hosting a networking social!  Accounting majors or students planning to pursue accounting are welcome.  Invite your friends!
Drop in between 7:30 – 9 PM
McMenamins on Monroe (2nd Floor)…. 2001 NW Monroe Ave.
Please RSVP 

Dean’s Distinguished Lecture — Special Invite
Friday, April 14th 11-11:45
Bob’s Red Mill boasts one of the best employee cultures in the Northwest, and as Chief Financial Officer, Trey Winthrop is committed to leading that charge. It takes work to build a company with a clear vision that attracts great employees. Join us for Winthrop’s presentation and learn how he is able to balance company growth, strategy and processes, while prioritizing the value of people and relationships.

The event at 11am will be a more intimate gathering – an opportunity for students to ask questions and engage with Trey.  Location TBD

CSC Professional Development:
Please considering attending some of the CSC professional development activities — i.e. resume workshop on Tues & Wed from 1-3pm.  Stop by and make an appointment.

Scholarships Opportunities:
1.  Becker CPA review course:
Becker is excited to announce a scholarship opportunity designed to subsidize cost for students paying out of pocket for their CPA review. Eligible students will receive 50% off our prevailing tuition, while scholarships last.  A value of $1697!

Eligibility:
·         Paying for the course out of pocket (Do not have a firm offer with a firm that pays for course in full, has a direct bill offer with Becker).
·         Complete this survey by 4/15
·         Redeem Scholarship and purchase course by 5/15 (Scholarship can be paired with our 0% financing)
To apply for this scholarship click here

Leadership Opportunities

Please check Beaver Careers
1.  DEAD LINE — April 10thGrant Thorton Summer Leadership Program
GRANT THORNTON summer leadership opportunity is still open.  The deadline is April 10th.  Please check Beaver Careers and this attachment.  To apply, you must complete your application on Beaver Careers AND our Grant Thornton
or copy/paste www.grantthornton.com/campuscareers

When you apply on our GT website, please make sure to apply to theoffice location you would want to start your Grant Thornton career should you receive an associate offer at the end of the fall recruiting season.  Please also mention this in your cover letter.

Our on campus interview date is April 16th.
Kelli Suguro
 | Recruiting Associate
Grant Thornton LLP
T +1 2064186023
kelli.suguro@us.gt.com
www.grantthornton.com

What is the Grow with Grant Thornton – Summer Leadership Program?
‘Grow with Grant Thornton’ is Grant Thornton’s Summer Leadership Program for sophomore and junior University candidates. Our Summer Leadership Program is a great opportunity for you to gain insight into Grant Thornton’s professional service offerings and get exposure to several of our Business Leaders, Senior Executives, Associates, and peers.

‘Grow with Grant Thornton’ is a 1-3 day interactive program at one of our 55 local or regional offices. During the Summer Leadership Program you will be exposed to Grant Thornton’s service lines which include audit, tax, and advisory. You will also have an opportunity to interact with Grant Thornton team members and peers. The Program is designed to continue building your leadership skills and help you identify your own abilities and goals as you prepare for a successful transition from college into your career. The Program will include, but will not be limited to, the following:
• Shadowing an Associate or Senior Associate
• Gaining exposure to the type of work you can expect as an intern or full-time associate
• Assessing, developing, and sharpening your leadership skillset
• Participation in community outreach efforts

Job & Internship Opportunities

Please check Beaver CareersOff-Campus

Industry Summer Internships:
1.  Simple Finance — Awesome opportunity to work in Portland at a local banking Check out their web-site
Accounting Intern Posting
Finance Intern Posting

On-Campus

Paid Tutoring Position:
The Beth Ray Student Center is looking for accounting tutors for athletes. Here’s a link to the job description.Accounting Asst. Position:
We are recruiting for a student accounting assistant again this year. This position would start June 1st to work full time in the summer and part time during the school year.
or Copy/Paste into a new browser
https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/40376
Stephanie.Harvey@oregonstate.edu

Posted in Accounting Events, Accounting Industry, Career Opportunities, Community Service Events, General Beta Alpha Psi, Internship Opportunities, Scholarship Opportunities, Uncategorized, Weekly Meetings

The Ledger (wk11) – Job Opportunities, Scholarship Applications

Personal & Professional Events

BAP/IMA Weekly Meetings: The NEXT meeting is the first week of spring term — Deloitte will be presenting.

CSC Professional Development:
Please considering attending some of the CSC professional development activities — i.e. resume workshop on Tues & Wed from 1-3pm.  Stop by and make an appointment.

Scholarships Opportunities:
1.  Becker CPA review course:
Becker is excited to announce a scholarship opportunity designed to subsidize the cost for students paying out of pocket for their CPA review. Eligible students will receive 50% off our prevailing tuition, while scholarships last.  A value of $1697!

Eligibility:
·         Paying for the course out of pocket (Do not have a firm offer with a firm that pays for course in full, has a direct bill offer with Becker).
·         Complete this survey by 4/15
·         Redeem Scholarship and purchase course by 5/15 (Scholarship can be paired with our 0% financing)
To apply for this scholarship click here

2.  Accounting Scholarships Due Friday, March 24th at 5 pm.
Submit your application to Dr. Akroyd.  See attached flyer for details

Chris.Akroyd@bus.oregonstate.edu

4.  AICPA Student Leadership3.  Accounting Scholarships specifically for Sophomores, due Friday, March 24th at 5 pm.  See attached application

Due date April 1st, 2017

5.  IMA ® (Institute of Management Accountants) offers scholarships to graduate and undergraduate students based on specific criteria. Those who apply for the MEF scholarships are automatically considered for the SCMS scholarship. Please review some of the scholarship highlights below and visit the IMA Student Page for submission information.

IMA Memorial Education Fund (MEF) Scholarships
IMA student members who have not previously received an IMA MEF Scholarship are eligible to apply for the MEF-sponsored scholarships. Scholarships are available for undergraduate and graduate students, and selected individuals will be awarded scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $2,500.

Stuart Cameron & Margaret McLeod Memorial Scholarship (SCMS) One applicant from the scholarship application pool will be awarded the prestigious Stuart Cameron and Margaret McLeod Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $5,000. This award is sponsored by the Stuart Cameron McLeod Society (SCMS).

The SCMS Scholarship winner will receive complimentary registrations for both the IMA Annual Conference & Exposition (in June) and the Student Leadership Conference (in November). In addition, the winner will receive a maximum of $1,000 for the combined cost of lodging and transportation to attend both events.

Leadership Opportunities
Please check Beaver Careers

Opportunity to donate professional clothes:
This is Maddie LaDue, an undergraduate student at Oregon State University – College of Business. Currently, I am in a business class working on a project called Dress for Success. Our goal is to collect business professional attire
to rent out and sell in Benny’s Business Closet at Oregon State University. This term we will be holding a huge sale of the clothes to promote the business closet and then next term we will be organizing a fashion show to teach students how to properly wear the attire. The aim of the Closet is to
make professional attire readily available to students who have interviews, networking events, or other social commitments who wouldn’t normally be able to afford or have access to professional dress. My request is that you and your colleagues would be willing to donate your unused or unwanted professional attire from your field of work.
Maddie LaDue  laduem@oregonstate.eduOSCPA Coaching Program:
Student Member Registration: Opens in February 2017
Coach-Student Pairing Notification: April 28, 2017
Program Runs: May 1 – August 31, 2017

Why the Coaching program for Students: Your Coach will contact you for the initial meeting; you will initiate scheduling subsequent meetings. Develop a meeting agenda for what you want to accomplish during the Coaching Program. Dress appropriately for in-person meetings. At the minimum, business casual; no jeans or sneakers. Ask your Coach to review and provide feedback on your resume.
Ask about interviewing, including attire, thank you note etiquette how to prepare for the interview.
Keep your Coach informed of your progress. Ask questions regarding the CPA exam, how to study, etc

Job & Internship Opportunities

Please check Beaver Careers

On-Campus

Paid Tutoring Position:
The Beth Ray Student Center is looking for accounting tutors for athletes. Here’s a link to the job description.OSU Business Center:
The Auxiliaries & Activities Business Center (AABC) at Oregon State University is hiring student finance & accounting assistant employees.  Student accounting assistants help with financial document processing including scanning and entering invoices/journal vouchers/purchase orders, running reports, facilitating cash deposits for departments and student organizations, distributing manual paychecks, assisting with vault responsibilities, and completing special projects as assigned.  Student employees also assist walk-in customers and respond to phone/email inquiries in the Finance and Accounting office located in the Student Experience Center.

Please find attached the job description for the position and the application to apply.   To apply for the position, please submit a completed application with a cover letter and resume to the email address aabc.sec@oregonstate.edu OR drop off the application materials at the Student Experience Center, Suite 350 M-F between 8AM-5PM.  The type of students that we are trying to hire can come from any major, however, in the past, a majority have been business students, specifically accounting or finance majors. This position usually takes about half a year to a year to be fully trained and for students to be confident about the tasks they are performing. Therefore, the AABC-SEC is particularly looking for freshmen and sophomores to hire. But of course, juniors are equally considered. I have attached the application form and the description of the position to the email. To apply for the position, a completed application with a cover letter and resume need to be sent to aabc.sec@oregonstate.edu or dropped off at the Student Experience Center, Suite 350 M-F between 8AM-5PM. The applications cannot be submitted through the OSU jobs website online.

The application deadline is Sunday, March 26thThere will be 2 info sessions hosted for students to learn more about the position and office in advance of the application deadline. The dates are Friday, March

Off-Campus

INDUSTRY INTERNSHIPS:

Summer Internships:
1.  Simple Finance
Accounting Intern Posting
Finance Intern Posting

2.  Northwest Evaluation Association™ (NWEA™) is a global not-for-profit educational services organization
3.  Pacific Seafood is looking to continue its accounting internship program
4.  Precision Castparts
5. Portland General Electric
6. Coyote

Posted in Uncategorized

Week 8: Actg week, BAP – Finances Behind OSU Athletics, Fraud Documentary, FIA – Acct, Extensions for leadership

Personal & Professional Events

BAP/IMA Weekly Meetings:
Wed. March 1st at 6pm in AH 226 — The Finances Behind OSU Athletics — Sherman Bloomer will be presenting about how to deal with a deficit. Sherman is the Director of Budget and & Fiscal Planning here at OSU. This meeting will have great insight on how organizations deal with a deficit and the tactics they can use to prevent it.
**Officer Elections next week at 6pm — new positions and opportunities for the leaders of the OSU accounting honor society**

CSC Professional Development:
Please considering attending some of the CSC professional development activities — i.e. resume workshop on Tues & Wed from 1-3pm.  Stop by and make an appointment.

Accounting Scholarships Due Friday, March 24th at 5pm. 
Submit your application to Dr. Akroyd.  See attached flyer for details

Chris.Akroyd@bus.oregonstate.edu

SPECIAL Fraud & Ethics Documentary 
Thursday, March 2nd at either 5:30 or 7pm in LINC 100.
Hosted by the Accounting Department — Please join us for the premier showing of “All the Queen’s Horses”  A documentary about a $53M municipal fraud by a 20 year trusted employee.
**The producer of the documentary Kelly Richmond Pope will be there to answer questions and present documentary.

Fridays in Austin — March 3rd — Accounting 
*Space is limited. Please register at business.oregonstate.edu/fridays
Week 8 | ACCOUNTING
1.  Alumni/Industry Panel: Careers in Accounting Friday, March 3  |  10 – 11 a.m.  |  183 Austin Hall Developing Your 2.  Personal Brand Friday, March 3  |  10 – 11 a.m.  |  222 Austin Hall
3.  Learn How the Accounting Recruiting Process Works Friday, March 3  |  11 a.m. – noon  |  126 Austin Hall
4.  Learn About Business MECOP Internships Friday, March 3  |  noon – 1 p.m.  |  216 Austin Hall
5.  What Do Employers Seek in a Successful Employee? Friday, March 3  |  1 – 2 p.m.  |  126 Austin Hall
6.  Travel Friday  Friday, March 3  |  all day  | Oregon Bankers Association and RV Kuhns

Students with 3-yrs Until Graduation:
Apply for Summer Leadership Opportunities — Beaver Careers

Leadership Opportunities

Please check Beaver Careers
Grant Thornton will be hosting office hours on March 6th at the CSC.

Kernutt Stokes has extended the deadline to Thursday, March 2nd at 5pm. Please email Mary Savage (msavage@kernuttstokes.com) and check out the posting on Beaver Careers.

Jones & Roth has extended the deadline for the leadership applications to Friday, March 3rd at 12pm.  Beaver careers has closed to please submit your application, resume and unofficial transcript to Tricia Duncan at TriciaD@jrcpa.com

Moss Adams 2017 Ignite Scholarships (flier here)
Summer Leadership Conference (flier here)

Geffen Mesher Exploration – Summer Leadership Program (flier here)

OSCPA Coaching Program:
Student Member Registration: Opens in February 2017
Coach-Student Pairing Notification: April 28, 2017
Program Runs: May 1 – August 31, 2017

Why the Coaching program for Students: Your Coach will contact you for the initial meeting; you will initiate scheduling subsequent meetings. Develop a meeting agenda for what you want to accomplish during the Coaching Program. Dress appropriately for in-person meetings. At the minimum, business casual; no jeans or sneakers. Ask your Coach to review and provide feedback on your resume.
Ask about interviewing, including attire, thank you note etiquette how to prepare for the interview.
Keep your Coach informed of your progress. Ask questions regarding the CPA exam, how to study, etc

Job & Internship Opportunities

On-Campus
Paid Tutoring Position:
The Beth Ray Student Center is looking for accounting tutors for athletes. Here’s a link to the job description.

OSU Business Center:
The Auxiliaries & Activities Business Center (AABC) at Oregon State University is hiring student finance & accounting assistant employees.  Student accounting assistants help with financial document processing including scanning and entering invoices/journal vouchers/purchase orders, running reports, facilitating cash deposits for departments and student organizations, distributing manual paychecks, assisting with vault responsibilities, and completing special projects as assigned.  Student employees also assist walk-in customers and respond to phone/email inquiries in the Finance and Accounting office located in the Student Experience Center.

Please find attached the job description for the position and the application to apply.   To apply for the position, please submit a completed application with a cover letter and resume to the email address aabc.sec@oregonstate.edu OR drop off the application materials at the Student Experience Center, Suite 350 M-F between 8AM-5PM.  The type of students that we are trying to hire can come from any major, however, in the past, a majority have been business students, specifically accounting or finance majors. This position usually takes about half a year to a year to be fully trained and for students to be confident about the tasks they are performing. Therefore, the AABC-SEC is particularly looking for freshmen and sophomores to hire. But of course juniors are equally considered. I have attached the application form and the description of the position to the email. To apply for the position, a completed application with a cover letter and resume need to be sent to aabc.sec@oregonstate.edu or dropped off at the Student Experience Center, Suite 350 M-F between 8AM-5PM. The applications cannot be submitted through the OSU jobs website online.

The application deadline is Sunday, March 26th. There will be 2 info sessions hosted for students to learn more about the position and office in advance of the application deadline. The dates are Friday, March 10 at 4pm and Sunday, March 12 at 4pm at the SEC Suite 350.

Off-Campus
Mercury Insurance Group — Summer Internship:
** Excellent Opportunity — read this comment from a fellow student I received this morning.
Fellow student:  I am currently in Los Angeles working for Mercury Insurance, a casualty insurance company in California. My last day of the internship is March 15th. Would you please help Mercury make an announcement to your students? The Company is coming to campus to recruit interns next week.

Internship Opportunity:  For the past years Mercury Insurance Group has offered OSU students the opportunity to be a part of our summer Finance and Accounting internship program.  Mercury is looking to find a Finance and Accounting intern this summer.  The internship position is posted on the OSU Beavers Career website under Job ID # 16122, but I have also attached a copy of the job post for your convenience.  Please be aware the job posting ends this Wednesday, March 1st, 2017.

 

Local Tax Position:
I am a sole practitioner in a one person office. Jack Moran, PC, CPA (moran927@aol.com)
In prior years, I’ve had someone help with individual and business tax preparation.  I think a student who has completed a tax course, could do the job. (About 8 hrs. on a weekend).   If so, please contact me at either 541-738-2505 or by email, address above  Thank you, Jack Moran, PC, CPA (moran927@aol.com)

INDUSTRY INTERNSHIPS:
Summer Internships
Precision Castparts
Portland General Electric
Coyote

KPMG:
Hiring for an Accountant/HR Manager position (job description here)

Moss Adams:
There are three unique opportunities — one is their leadership opportunity.
GPS Operational Internship (flier here)
2017 Ignite Scholarships (flier here)

Precision Castparts Co.:
Are looking to hire accounting/finance interns for two positions.  This is an excellent opportunity with internship rotation. General company flier info here.

ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE – INTERNSHIPS AND CO-OPS We are seeking highly motivated IMPACT players to join our world of manufacturing. Do you thrive in a fast-paced, challenging environment where you are rewarded for results? Do you want to be a member of a team that is driven to win? If so, Precision Castparts Corp. may be just the place for you.  Students with a passion for leadership and who are seeking a great career in a fast-paced, growing organization are encouraged to apply online here. (job description flyer here)

ACCOUNTING/FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM We are seeking highly motivated IMPACT players to join our world of MANUFACTURING Do you thrive in a fast-paced, challenging environment where you are rewarded for results? Do you want to be a member of a team that is driven to win? If so, Precision Castparts Corp. may be just the place for you to build your career.
Students with a passion for leadership and who are seeking a great career in a fast-paced, growing organization are encouraged to apply. Please apply online here. (job description flyer here)

Wilsonville Firm:
Badly need a bookkeeper to do entry-level accounting work. I have been doing it since graduation but it’s time to trim the workload before I go crazy.  Starting wage is $15/hour. Workload 15 hours/week but negotiable either way. Lots of growth potential, including steep wage increases. Complete flexibility on work schedules. I would train them and gradually pass more responsibility onto them as they settle into the position.

Looking for a sophomore/junior who will be in Corvallis over the summer. Please feel free to disperse this however you deem appropriate. Just wanted to give a fellow Beaver a good opportunity before selling out to professional bookkeepers.
Please contact brandan.hopper@gmail.com if you are interested.

Washington Job Opportunity – Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL):
Intern Coordinator for the Business Systems Directorate (BSD) Intern Program
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in Richland, WA.   We are interested in interviewing several of your Business students for our summer internship program at the Lab.  Please view this flyer for more information about the Internship, how to apply, and PNNL. Thank you in advance for your time and feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

Sean Clausen
Finance & Accounting Professional
Business Analysis/BSD Internship Coordinator Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Tel: 509-375-2225

Wiley CPA Review Course Internship:
I am looking for a Campus Ambassador at your school.  The position is like a mini-internship and you would serve as a liaison between Wiley and your school.  It’s only about a few hours of work per semester and in return, you get a full CPA Review Course (retail value $1,800)!  If interested, please return the application to me and we can get you set up with your review course. Carla Ng, CPA, PMP; (925) 789-7804; Carla.Ng@wiley.com

Posted in Accounting Events, Accounting Industry, Career Opportunities, Community Service Events, General Beta Alpha Psi, Internship Opportunities, Scholarship Opportunities, Uncategorized

Week 7: Field Trip this week, Firm Office Hrs about Summer Leadership Accounting Scholarships & Industry Jobs

Personal Events

BAP/IMA Weekly Meetings:
Wed. Feb. 22nd at 6pm in AH 226 – Georgia Pacific

CSC Professional Development:
Please considering attending some of the CSC professional development activities — i.e. resume workshop on Tues & Wed from 1-3pm.  Stop by and make an appointment.

Accounting Scholarships Due Friday, March 24th at 5pm. 
Submit your application to Dr. Akroyd.  See attached flyer for details

Chris.Akroyd@bus.oregonstate.edu

SPECIAL Fraud & Ethics Documentary 
Thursday, March 2nd at either 5:30 or 7pm in LINC 100.
Hosted by the Accounting Department — Please join us for the premier showing of “All the Queen’s Horses”  A documentary about a $53M municipal fraud by a 20 year trusted employee.
**The producer of the documentary Kelly Richmond Pope will be there to answer questions and present documentary.

Fridays in Austin — March 3rd — Accounting Focused
*Space is limited. Please register at business.oregonstate.edu/fridays
Week 8 | ACCOUNTING
1.  Alumni/Industry Panel: Careers in Accounting Friday, March 3  |  10 – 11 a.m.  |  183 Austin Hall Developing Your 2.  Personal Brand Friday, March 3  |  10 – 11 a.m.  |  222 Austin Hall
3.  Learn How the Accounting Recruiting Process Works Friday, March 3  |  11 a.m. – noon  |  126 Austin Hall
4.  Learn About Business MECOP Internships Friday, March 3  |  noon – 1 p.m.  |  216 Austin Hall
5.  What Do Employers Seek in a Successful Employee? Friday, March 3  |  1 – 2 p.m.  |  126 Austin Hall
6.  Travel Friday  Friday, March 3  |  all day  | Oregon Bankers Association and RV Kuhns

Professional Events

BAP/IMA Weekly Meetings:
Wed. Feb. 22nd at 6pm in AH 226 – Georgia Pacific 
Industry Accounting – Representatives from Georgia-Pacific, LLC will be sharing a presentation about working on the industry side of the accounting profession. This is a great opportunity to learn about a great company and gain insight into another side of the accounting profession.

Field Trip (engagement activity):
We have organized a field trip to Georgia-Pacific’s Halsey Factory for Friday, Feb 24. We are limited to 20 students for the tour so get them to email me at akroydc@oregonstate.edu

Students meet at Motor Pool at 8:40am
Depart from OSU Motor Pool (3200 SW Campus Way) at 9am
Arrive at Georgia Pacific Halsey Mill at 9:30am
Halsey Mill Tour (approximately 1 hour)
Meet accounting staff 10:30am
Leave Halsey Mill at about 11:30
Arrive back at OSU Motor Pool at about 12noon

Students with 3-yrs Until Graduation:
Apply for Summer Leadership Opportunities — Beaver Careers

Leadership Opportunities

PwC, KPMG, Deloitte, Moss Adams, Jones & Roth, Aldrich (formerly AKT), KS (Eugene), Geffen Mesher and Grant Thornton.  There are many firms with these opportunities — some are listed here below.
Please check Beaver Careers

PwC Summer Leadership Opportunity: 
PwC’s Elevate posting is currently up in Beaver Careers, and applications will be accepted through February 24. First round interviews will happen on-campus on March 7th, which will consist of one interview per candidate. As you already know, we will be on campus next Thursday and again during the BAP Summer Leadership Panel in February.

Grant Thornton:
GT will be hosting office hours on March 6th

Kernutt Stokes, Geffen Mesher & Jones & Roth:
These firms are all offering summer leadership  See attached flyers for each firm

Deloitte:
Is hosting office hours, Wed. Feb. 22nd between 10-2pm, CSC Austin Hall.  Please email campus recruiter Megan Gustafson (mgustafson@deloitte.com) if you would like to set up a one- on-one appointment.

Moss Adams:
2017 Ignite Scholarships (flier here)
Summer Leadership Conference (flier here)

Geffen Mesher:
Exploration – Summer Leadership Program (flier here)

Aldrich (formerly AKT):
Aldrich is holding their second annual summer leadership conference: THRIVE! Aldrich’s Summer Leadership Experience
To Apply:
Submit your resume, transcripts, and cover letter by February 24, 2017, online here.

OSCPA Coaching Program:
Student Member Registration: Opens in February 2017
Coach-Student Pairing Notification: April 28, 2017
Program Runs: May 1 – August 31, 2017

Why the Coaching program for Students: Your Coach will contact you for the initial meeting; you will initiate scheduling subsequent meetings. Develop a meeting agenda for what you want to accomplish during the Coaching Program. Dress appropriately for in-person meetings. At the minimum, business casual; no jeans or sneakers. Ask your Coach to review and provide feedback on your resume.
Ask about interviewing, including attire, thank you note etiquette how to prepare for the interview.
Keep your Coach informed of your progress. Ask questions regarding the CPA exam, how to study, etc

Job & Internship Opportunities

On-Campus

Paid Tutoring Position:
The Beth Ray Student Center is looking for accounting tutors for athletes. Here’s a link to the job description.
Off-Campus
LOCAL TAX Position:
I am a sole practitioner in a one person office. Jack Moran, PC, CPA (moran927@aol.com)
In prior years, I’ve had someone help with individual and business tax preparation.  I think a student who has completed a tax course, could do the job. (About 8 hrs. on a weekend).   If so, please contact me at either 541-738-2505 or by email, address above  Thank you, Jack Moran, PC, CPA (moran927@aol.com)

INDUSTRY INTERNSHIPS:
Summer Internships
Precision Castparts
Portland General Electric
Coyote

KPMG:
Hiring for an Accountant/HR Manager position (job description here)

Moss Adams:
There are three unique opportunities — one is their leadership opportunity.
GPS Operational Internship (flier here)
2017 Ignite Scholarships (flier here)

Precision Castparts Co.:
Are looking to hire accounting/finance interns for two positions.  This is an excellent opportunity with internship rotation. General company flier info here.

ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE – INTERNSHIPS AND CO-OPS We are seeking highly motivated IMPACT players to join our world of manufacturing. Do you thrive in a fast-paced, challenging environment where you are rewarded for results? Do you want to be a member of a team that is driven to win? If so, Precision Castparts Corp. may be just the place for you.  Students with a passion for leadership and who are seeking a great career in a fast-paced, growing organization are encouraged to apply online here. (job description flyer here)

ACCOUNTING/FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM We are seeking highly motivated IMPACT players to join our world of MANUFACTURING Do you thrive in a fast-paced, challenging environment where you are rewarded for results? Do you want to be a member of a team that is driven to win? If so, Precision Castparts Corp. may be just the place for you to build your career.
Students with a passion for leadership and who are seeking a great career in a fast-paced, growing organization are encouraged to apply. Please apply online here. (job description flyer here)

Wilsonville Firm:
Badly need a bookkeeper to do entry-level accounting work. I have been doing it since graduation but it’s time to trim the workload before I go crazy.  Starting wage is $15/hour. Workload 15 hours/week but negotiable either way. Lots of growth potential, including steep wage increases. Complete flexibility on work schedules. I would train them and gradually pass more responsibility onto them as they settle into the position.

Looking for a sophomore/junior who will be in Corvallis over the summer. Please feel free to disperse this however you deem appropriate. Just wanted to give a fellow Beaver a good opportunity before selling out to professional bookkeepers.
Please contact brandan.hopper@gmail.com if you are interested.

Wells Fargo Bank:
I’m Leroy Clarke, a member of the Wells Fargo Wholesale Talent Acquisition Diversity Strategy Team.  With that said, we are seeking college juniors that are interested in our 10 week paid Wells Fargo Business Banking Summer Internship Program.  This opportunity is based in Portland, Oregon.  If you or someone in your network is interested in this opportunity, please have them contact me directly with their updated resumes at the following email address: Leroy.Clarke@wellsfargo.com  The deadline to send me a resume is Friday, February 10th.  Thanks and let me know if there are follow-up questions.

Highest Regards,
Leroy Clarke
Wells Fargo Bank | Wholesale Talent Acquisition Diversity Strategy Team, Business Initiatives Consultant
301 South College Street, 19th floor | Charlotte, NC 28211  | MAC D1053-195
Tel: 704-410-7308 | Mobile: 704-579-3715  | Other: 718-812-6435  | Fax: 866-493-7719Leroy.Clarke@wellsfargo.com

Washington Job Opportunity – Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL):
Intern Coordinator for the Business Systems Directorate (BSD) Intern Program
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in Richland, WA.
We are interested in interviewing several of your Business students for our summer internship program at the Lab.  Please view this flyer for more information about the Internship, how to apply, and PNNL. Thank you in advance for your time and feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

Sean Clausen
Finance & Accounting Professional
Business Analysis/BSD Internship Coordinator Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Tel: 509-375-2225

Wiley CPA Review Course Internship:
I am looking for a Campus Ambassador at your school.  The position is like a mini-internship and you would serve as a liaison between Wiley and your school.  It’s only about a few hours of work per semester and in return, you get a full CPA Review Course (retail value $1,800)!
If interested, please return the application to me and we can get you set up with your review course. Carla Ng, CPA, PMP; (925) 789-7804; Carla.Ng@wiley.com

Posted in Accounting Events, Accounting Industry, Career Opportunities, General Beta Alpha Psi, Internship Opportunities, Scholarship Opportunities, Uncategorized

The Ledger (Week Six): Summer Leadership, Industry Jobs, Fieldtrip

Please considering attending some of the CSC professional development activities — i.e. resume workshop on Tues & Wed from 1-3pm.  Stop by and make an appointment.  http://business.oregonstate.edu/careers/career-resources

KPMG is offering resume review next week — READ below

WEEKLY MEETING: BAP/IMA Meeting – Wed. Feb. 15th at 6 pm in AH 126 (ROOM CHANGE THIS WEEK)– If you are a sophomore or a junior on a five-year track, you are eligible to apply for the summer leadership programs with public accounting firms. This is your opportunity to hear from professionals about what the programs entail, how the application process works, and anything else you may be wondering about the programs. Attending firms will include KPMG, Deloitte, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Moss Adams, and Kernutt Stokes.

PAID TUTORING JOB
The Beth Ray Student Center is looking for accounting tutors for athletes. Here’s a link to the job description: http://oregonstate.edu/studentathlete/learningservices/tutor-announcement

ATTENTION STUDENTS WITH 3 YEARS UNTIL GRADUATION:
Useful events hosted by OSU-Accounting & BAP — students should participate but NOT required.
1.  Wed. Feb. 15th at 6pm in AH 126 — Summer Leadership Information Panel — hosted by Beta Alpha Psi (BAP)
2.  Apply for Summer Leadership Opportunities — Beaver Careers  http://career.oregonstate.edu/students/find-job-or-internship
3.  Office hours — Feb. 20th   KPMG will be on campus all day on February 20thwith professionals in attendance from all our Portland practices. It should be a great opportunity for students, especially those looking to apply to our summer leadership programs, to connect with the firm ahead of the application deadline on February 24th. As always, please feel free to swing by at any point during the day to say hello. I’m always available to catchup and talk all things KPMG, recruiting, or anything else on your mind!

Our current schedule of events is as follows:
Casual Networking (Coffee & Pastries Provided);  Austin 126     9:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Atrium Tabling  Austin Atrium   9:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Resume Writing Lunch & Learn (Pizza Lunch Provided) Austin 126  12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: PwC, KPMG, Deloitte, Moss Adams, Jones & Roth, Aldrich (formerly AKT), KS (Eugene), Geffen Mesher and Grant Thornton.  There are many firms with these opportunities.  Please check Beaver Careers and attend BAP on Feb. 15th for more details.

This is just a few of the many options:
1.  PwC Summer Leadership Opportunity:  PwC’s Elevate posting is currently up in Beaver Careers, and applications will be accepted through February 24. First round interviews will happen on-campus on March 7th, which will consist of one interview per candidate. As you already know, we will be on campus next Thursday and again during the BAP Summer Leadership Panel in February.
2.  KPMG – see attached flyer
3.  Moss Adams – see attached flyer
4.  Geffen Mesher (see attached flyer) — FIRST Summer Leadership Program.  The position is posted on Beaver Careers already and I will be on campus the third week of March to do interviews.
5. Aldrich (formerly AKT):  We are holding our second annual summer leadership conference.  THRIVE!  Aldrich’s Summer Leadership Experience

At Aldrich CPAs + Advisors LLP (formerly AKT), we exist to improve the lives of our people, clients, and communities by helping them thrive. Join us for our Portland THRIVE event on Wednesday, July 26, 2017, as we explore:
•Leadership
•Professional Development
•Impacting our Communities
•Building a Successful Network
•A Day in the Life of a Public Accountant

Qualifications:
Students applying for THRIVE should have two years remaining in their education before being eligible for full time employment. Applicants must be interested in pursuing a career in public accounting.

To Apply:
Submit your resume, transcripts, and cover letter by February 24, 2017, online at http://aldrichadvisors.applicantstack.com/x/openings-internal.

FIELD TRIP Engagement Activity:
Georgia Pacific Mill Tour on Friday, Feb 24. We are limited to 20 students for the tour so get them to email me at akroydc@oregonstate.edu

Students meet at Motor Pool at 8:40am
Depart from OSU Motor Pool (3200 SW Campus Way) at 9am
Arrive at Georgia Pacific Halsey Mill at 9:30am
Halsey Mill Tour (approximately 1 hour)
Meet accounting staff 10:30am
Leave Halsey Mill at about 11:30
Arrive back at OSU Motor Pool at about 12noon

MOSS ADAMS OPPORTUNITIES:
There are three unique opportunities – one is their leadership opportunities.  Please review the attached documents for Moss Adams.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES:
1.  LOCAL TAX Position — I am a sole practitioner in a one person office. Jack Moran, PC, CPA (moran927@aol.com)
In prior years, I’ve had someone help with individual and business tax preparation.  I think a student who has completed a tax course, could do the job. (About 8 hrs. on a weekend).   If so, please contact me at either 541-738-2505 or by email, address above  Thank you, Jack Moran, PC, CPA (moran927@aol.com)

2.  OSU is holding a Winter Career Convention on Wednesday, Feb 15.  Lanell Nolf from Precision Cast Parts will be there recruiting students that day.

2.1  Precision Castparts Co. has two opportunities: (see attached flyers) is looking to hire accounting/finance interns.  This is an excellent opportunity with internship rotation.

ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE – INTERNSHIPS AND CO-OPS We are seeking highly motivated IMPACT players to join our world of manufacturing. Do you thrive in a fastpaced, challenging environment where you are rewarded for results? Do you want to be a member of a team that is driven to win? If so, Precision Castparts Corp. may be just the place for you.  Students with a passion for leadership and who are seeking a great career in a fast-paced, growing organization are encouraged to apply online at the following link: http://bit.ly/1yHeeKr

ACCOUNTING/FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM We are seeking highly motivated IMPACT players to join our world of MANUFACTURING Do you thrive in a fast-paced, challenging environment where you are rewarded for results? Do you want to be a member of a team that is driven to win? If so, Precision Castparts Corp. may be just the place for you to build your career.
Students with a passion for leadership and who are seeking a great career in a fast-paced, growing organization are encouraged to apply. Please apply at the following link: http://bit.ly/1bjcTis

3. OSU: The Accountant 1 position within the AABC Poling Finance team administers and processes accounting transactions for all of our supported units, but with specific emphasis on University Housing & Dining Services, University Conference Services, Athletics, Office of Human Resources, Facilities Services, Enterprise Risk Services, Transportation Services, and Capital Planning and Development. The position reviews the work of other AABC and OSU employees and approves accounting transactions (invoices, Journal Vouchers, and Purchase Orders).  The Accountant 1 generates reports, reconciliations, forecasts, assists with preparing budgets, and processes vendor payments and journal entry transactions. This position continually documents and improves processes and supports on-going quality improvement activities, and pursues, documents, and evaluates own training & continuing professional development.

Please see full job announcement and apply at: http://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/37840.  Please note that the posting will close on February 24th.
Courtney Seton (Clark)
Finance Coordinator
Oregon State University
Auxiliaries and Activities Business Center (AABC)
104 Poling Hall
http://oregonstate.edu/fa/bc/aabc

4. (See flyer)  A firm in Wilsonville, the machine shop, badly needs a book keeper to do entry-level accounting work. I have been doing it since graduation but it’s time to trim the workload before I go crazy.  Starting wage is $15/hour. Workload 15 hours/week but negotiable either way. Lots of growth potential, including steep wage increases. Complete flexibility on work schedules. I would train them and gradually pass more responsibility onto them as they settle into the position.

Looking for a sophomore/junior who will be in Corvallis over the summer. Please feel free to disperse this however you deem appropriate. Just wanted to give a fellow Beaver a good opportunity before selling out to professional book keepers.

Please contact brandan.hopper@gmail.com if you are interested

5. Wells Fargo Bank: I’m Leroy Clarke, member of the Wells Fargo Wholesale Talent Acquisition Diversity Strategy Team.  With that said, we are seeking college juniors that are interested in our 10 week paid Wells Fargo Business Banking Summer Internship Program.  This opportunity is based in Portland, Oregon.  If you or someone in your network is interested in this opportunity, please have them contact me directly with their updated resumes at the following email address: Leroy.Clarke@wellsfargo.com  The deadline to send me a resume is Friday, February 10th.  Thanks and let me know if there are follow-up questions.

Highest Regards,
Leroy Clarke
Wells Fargo Bank | Wholesale Talent Acquisition Diversity Strategy Team, Business Initiatives Consultant
301 South College Street, 19th floor | Charlotte, NC 28211  | MAC D1053-195
Tel: 704-410-7308 | Mobile: 704-579-3715  | Other: 718-812-6435  | Fax: 866-493-7719
Leroy.Clarke@wellsfargo.com

6. Wiley CPA Review Course (see attached flyers) — I am looking for a Campus Ambassador at your school.  The position is like a mini-internship and you would serve as a liaison between Wiley and your school.  It’s only about a few hours of work per semester and in return, you get a full CPA Review Course (retail value $1,800).  I’ve attached some information and an application for your review.  If interested, please return the application to me and we can get you set up with your review course. Carla Ng, CPA, PMP; (925) 789-7804; Carla.Ng@wiley.com

7.  Job Opportunity in Washington — see attached flyer
Intern Coordinator for the Business Systems Directorate (BSD) Intern Program at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in Richland, WA.  PNNL is a multi-program national lab, operated by Battelle for the Department of Energy. BSD provides finance, accounting, and project support to the lab’s research operations. Each year, BSD hires four to six interns to take part in our summer internship program. We are primarily interested in students who are in their junior, or senior year of college, or who have recently graduated and are majoring in Finance, Accounting, or General business, or who are currently enrolled in an MBA program. Our goal is to find candidates who are well qualified, and who have stated desire to be considered for full-time employment upon graduation if a position is available. Once hired, interns take part in two or more rotational assignments, and are exposed to a variety of PNNL’s Finance and Accounting functions. This is an excellent opportunity for them to learn about our organization and an opportunity for us to evaluate their potential as a future employee.

We are interested in interviewing several of your Business students for our summer internship program at the Lab.  The attachment to this email includes information about the Internship, how to apply, and PNNL. Thank you in advance for your time and feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
______________________________________________
Sean Clausen
Finance & Accounting Professional
Business Analysis/BSD Internship Coordinator
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Tel: 509-375-2225

NETWORKING:
Internal Auditor Student Night (see attached flyer) on 02/15/17, and inviting students from all local colleges and universities to participate.   PSU has graciously offered to let us use one of their facilities for the event, so it will be in downtown Portland, and it will be held from 5:00pm – 7:00pm that evening.  There will be several speakers from local companies, currently working in Internal Audit, a question and answer session, and networking.  We will also have information on local IA internship opportunities, if there are any coming available soon.  Pizza and soft drinks will be provided as well.
Email: patricia.snopkowski@oregonstate.edu if you are interested in carpooling to the event.

SCHOLARSHIP & MENTORSHIP OPPORTUNITY
1.   The OSCPA has opened registration for the annual Coaching Program and we are asking for your help in notifying students of this career development opportunity.
What is it?
The Coaching Program is an opportunity for students to meet and talk with an experienced accounting professional and member of the OSCPA, who can help answer all their questions about accounting as a career. It runs May 1 – August 31, 2017 and is designed to help students learn more about the industry, the day-to-day job of a CPA, refine interview and resume skills, and start building their network in the profession.

Who qualifies to participate?
This program is available exclusively to OSCPA student members*. OSCPA Student members can participate in the Coaching Program if he/she is an active college junior, senior, post baccalaureate or masters accounting student and signs up by April 14, 2017.

Sign-up Information
·         Student Registration – Coaching Program (Open now through April 14)
·         *OSCPA Student Membership (only $25 and valid through September 30, 2017)
If you or your students have any questions, please contact me at 503-597-5477 / 800-255-1470 ext. 115, or nproulx@orcpa.org.

Nicole Proulx
Assistant Manager
Member Services & Professional Development
Oregon Society of CPAs | orcpa.org
d: 503-597-5477 | e: nproulx@orcpa.org
p: 503-641-7200 | 800-255-1470 (ext. 115)

2017 PNNL BSD Flyer (1)

PCP Accounting Finance Internships and Co-ops 2016 (1)

PCP FDP Job Description 2016 (1)

PCP PCC Brochure

Moss Adams HRX160801 GPS Internships Flyer – NK KMP_Accountant Position

Moss Adams HRX160801 Ignite Scholarships Flyer

GM 2017 Exploration Flatsheet

Moss Adams Summer Leadership Fullpage-FLYER – Nikole

Posted in Accounting Events, Accounting Industry, Career Opportunities, Community Service Events, General Beta Alpha Psi, Internship Opportunities, Scholarship Opportunities, Uncategorized

Week 5: Summer Leadership, Industry Jobs, Fieldtrip

Please considering attending some of the CSC professional development activities — i.e. resume workshop on Tues & Wed from 1-3pm.  Stop by and make an appointment.  http://business.oregonstate.edu/careers/career-resources

CONGRATS to Aaron Hiddleson for winning the contest to name the accounting newsletter — it will now be called “The Ledger”  Aaron won a $50 gift card of his choice
(Dutch Bros, Beaver Bookstore or Qdoba).  We had 24 great suggestions.  Thank you for contributing.

WEEKLY MEETING: BAP/IMA Meeting – Wed. Feb. 8th at 6pm in AH 226 – “Cogence Group – Forensic Accounting”
Come hear from professionals working in a different accounting environments, such as in forensics and the valuation of businesses. There are many opportunities to apply an accounting education outside of the traditional path of public accounting, and this presentation will help expose you to more of these possibilities.

PAID TUTORING JOB
The Beth Ray Student Center is looking for accounting tutors for athletes. Here’s a link to the job description: http://oregonstate.edu/studentathlete/learningservices/tutor-announcement

ATTENTION STUDENTS WITH 3 YEARS UNTIL GRADUATION:
Useful events hosted by OSU-Accounting & BAP — students should participate but NOT required.
1.  Monday, Feb. 13th @ 6pm in AH 183 presented by Moss Adams  — “The Game of Life:  Managing your first paycheck & beyond — Accounting, Financial Planning and Business”
2.  Wed. Feb. 15th at 6pm in AH 228 — Summer Leadership Information Panel — hosted by Beta Alpha Psi (BAP)
3.  Apply for Summer Leadership Opportunities — Beaver Careers  http://career.oregonstate.edu/students/find-job-or-internship

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: PwC, KPMG, Deloitte, Moss Adams, Jones & Roth, Aldrich (formerly AKT), KS (Eugene), Geffen Mesher and Grant Thornton.  There are many firms with these opportunities.  Please check Beaver Careers and attend BAP on Feb. 15th for more details.

This is just a few of the many options:
1.  PwC Summer Leadership Opportunity:  PwC’s Elevate posting is currently up in Beaver Careers, and applications will be accepted through February 24. First round interviews will happen on-campus on March 7th, which will consist of one interview per candidate. As you already know, we will be on campus next Thursday and again during the BAP Summer Leadership Panel in February.
2.  KPMG – see attached flyer
3.  Moss Adams – see attached flyer
4.  Geffen Mesher (see attached flyer) — FIRST Summer Leadership Program.  The position is posted on Beaver Careers already and I will be on campus the third week of March to do interviews.
5. Aldrich (formerly AKT):  We are holding our second annual summer leadership conference.  THRIVE!  Aldrich’s Summer Leadership Experience

At Aldrich CPAs + Advisors LLP (formerly AKT), we exist to improve the lives of our people, clients, and communities by helping them thrive. Join us for our Portland THRIVE event on Wednesday, July 26, 2017, as we explore:
•Leadership
•Professional Development
•Impacting our Communities
•Building a Successful Network
•A Day in the Life of a Public Accountant

Qualifications:
Students applying for THRIVE should have two years remaining in their education before being eligible for full time employment. Applicants must be interested in pursuing a career in public accounting.

To Apply:
Submit your resume, transcripts, and cover letter by February 24, 2017, online at http://aldrichadvisors.applicantstack.com/x/openings-internal.

FIELD TRIP Engagement Activity:
We have organized a field trip to Georgia-Pacific’s Halsey Factory for Friday Feb 24. Email Chris Akroyd akroydc@oregonstate.edu if you are interested in attending. Once a departure time has been confirmed we will let you know the schedule.

The Halsey factory is about a 30min drive from OSU. We have hired two vans to take your there.  This trip is limited to 20 students.

MOSS ADAMS OPPORTUNITIES:
There are three unique opportunities – one is their leadership opportunities.  Please review the attached documents for Moss Adams.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES:
1.  LOCAL TAX Position — I am a sole practitioner in a one person office. Jack Moran, PC, CPA (moran927@aol.com)
In prior years, I’ve had someone help with individual and business tax preparation.  I think a student who has completed a tax course, could do the job. (About 8 hrs. on a weekend).   If so, please contact me at either 541-738-2505 or by email, address above  Thank you, Jack Moran, PC, CPA (moran927@aol.com)

2.  OSU is holding a Winter Career Convention on Wednesday Feb 15.  Lanell Nolf from Precision Cast Parts will be there recruiting students that day.

2.1  Precision Castparts Co. has two opportunities: (see attached flyers) is looking to hire accounting/finance interns.  This is an excellent opportunity with internship rotation.

ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE – INTERNSHIPS AND CO-OPS We are seeking highly motivated IMPACT players to join our world of manufacturing. Do you thrive in a fastpaced, challenging environment where you are rewarded for results? Do you want to be a member of a team that is driven to win? If so, Precision Castparts Corp. may be just the place for you.  Students with a passion for leadership and who are seeking a great career in a fast-paced, growing organization are encouraged to apply online at the following link: http://bit.ly/1yHeeKr

ACCOUNTING/FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM We are seeking highly motivated IMPACT players to join our world of MANUFACTURING Do you thrive in a fast-paced, challenging environment where you are rewarded for results? Do you want to be a member of a team that is driven to win? If so, Precision Castparts Corp. may be just the place for you to build your career.
Students with a passion for leadership and who are seeking a great career in a fast-paced, growing organization are encouraged to apply. Please apply at the following link: http://bit.ly/1bjcTis

3. (See flyer)  A firm in Wilsonville, the machine shop, badly needs a book keeper to do entry level accounting work. I have been doing it since graduation but it’s time to trim the workload before I go crazy.  Starting wage is $15/hour. Workload 15 hours/week but negotiable either way. Lots of growth potential, including steep wage increases. Complete flexibility on work schedules. I would train them and gradually pass more responsibility onto them as they settle into the position.

Looking for a sophomore/junior who will be in Corvallis over the summer. Please feel free to disperse this however you deem appropriate. Just wanted to give a fellow Beaver a good opportunity before selling out to professional book keepers.

Please contact brandan.hopper@gmail.com if you are interested

4. Wells Fargo Bank: I’m Leroy Clarke, member of the Wells Fargo Wholesale Talent Acquisition Diversity Strategy Team.  With that said, we are seeking college juniors that are interested in our 10 week paid Wells Fargo Business Banking Summer Internship Program.  This opportunity is based in Portland, Oregon.  If you or someone in your network is interested in this opportunity, please have them contact me directly with their updated resumes at the following email address: Leroy.Clarke@wellsfargo.com  The deadline to send me a resume is Friday, February 10th.  Thanks and let me know if there are follow-up questions.

Highest Regards,
Leroy Clarke
Wells Fargo Bank | Wholesale Talent Acquisition Diversity Strategy Team, Business Initiatives Consultant
301 South College Street, 19th floor | Charlotte, NC 28211  | MAC D1053-195
Tel: 704-410-7308 | Mobile: 704-579-3715  | Other: 718-812-6435  | Fax: 866-493-7719
Leroy.Clarke@wellsfargo.com

5. Wiley CPA Review Course (see attached flyers) — I am looking for a Campus Ambassador at your school.  The position is like a mini internship and you would serve as a liaison between Wiley and your school.  It’s only about a few hours of work per semester and in return, you get a full CPA Review Course (retail value $1,800).  I’ve attached some information and an application for your review.  If interested, please return the application to me and we can get you set up with your review course. Carla Ng, CPA, PMP; (925) 789-7804; Carla.Ng@wiley.com

6.  Job Opportunity in Washington — see attached flyer
Intern Coordinator for the Business Systems Directorate (BSD) Intern Program at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in Richland, WA.  PNNL is a multi-program national lab, operated by Battelle for the Department of Energy. BSD provides finance, accounting, and project support to the lab’s research operations. Each year, BSD hires four to six interns to take part in our summer internship program. We are primarily interested in students who are in their junior, or senior year of college, or who have recently graduated and are majoring in Finance, Accounting, or General business, or who are currently enrolled in an MBA program. Our goal is to find candidates who are well qualified, and who have stated desire to be considered for full-time employment upon graduation if a position is available. Once hired, interns take part in two or more rotational assignments, and are exposed to a variety of PNNL’s Finance and Accounting functions. This is an excellent opportunity for them to learn about our organization, and an opportunity for us to evaluate their potential as a future employee.

We are interested in interviewing several of your Business students for our summer internship program at the Lab.  The attachment to this email includes information about the Internship, how to apply, and PNNL. Thank you in advance for your time and feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
______________________________________________
Sean Clausen
Finance & Accounting Professional
Business Analysis/BSD Internship Coordinator
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Tel: 509-375-2225

NETWORKING:
Internal Auditor Student Night (see attached flyer) on 02/15/17, and inviting students from all local colleges and universities to participate.   PSU has graciously offered to let us use one of their facilities for the event, so it will be in downtown Portland, and it will be held from 5:00pm – 7:00pm that evening.  There will be several speakers from local companies, currently working in Internal Audit, a question and answer session, and networking.  We will also have information on local IA internship opportunities, if there are any coming available soon.  Pizza and soft drinks will be provided as well.
Email: patricia.snopkowski@oregonstate.edu if you are interested in carpooling to the event.

SCHOLARSHIP & MENTORSHIP OPPORTUNITY
1.  OSCPA coaching program:
https://www.orcpa.org/career_zone/resource/64-coaching_program/
Student Member Registration: Opens in February 2017
Coach-Student Pairing Notification: April 28, 2017
Program Runs: May 1 – August 31, 2017

Why the Coaching program for Students: Your Coach will contact you for the initial meeting; you will initiate scheduling subsequent meetings. Develop a meeting agenda for what you want to accomplish during the Coaching Program. Dress appropriately for in-person meetings. At minimum, business casual; no jeans or sneakers. Ask your Coach to review and provide feedback on your resume.
Ask about interviewing, including attire, thank you note etiquette how to prepare for the interview.
Keep your Coach informed of your progress. Ask questions regarding the CPA exam, how to study, etc

PCP FDP Job Description 2016 (1)

PCP Accounting Finance Internships and Co-ops 2016 (1)

2017 PNNL BSD Flyer (1)

PCP PCC Brochure

IIA Flyer – Student Night 2017_Portland

KMP_Accountant Position

Moss Adams HRX160801 Ignite Scholarships Flyer

Moss Adams HRX160801 GPS Internships Flyer – NK

GM 2017 Exploration Flatsheet

Moss Adams Summer Leadership Fullpage-FLYER – Nikole

Posted in Accounting Events, Accounting Industry, Career Opportunities, General Beta Alpha Psi, Internship Opportunities, Uncategorized

Week Four: VOTE; PAID tutoring athletic department; Summer Leadership; Moss Adams Opportunities

Please vote on the title of our weekly accounting newsletter — Deadline Sunday, Feb. 5th (Super Bowl) at 11:59 pm
http://oregonstate.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_7WWAHNhGczLSCcB

WEEKLY MEETING
BAP/IMA Meeting – Wed. Feb. 1st at 6 pm in AH 226 – “Jones & Roth — Reading Financial Statements”
Jones and Roth is an Oregon-based accounting firm with locations in Eugene, Portland, and Bend. Tricia Duncan will be presenting on how to read financial statements and the importance of understanding the accounts and functions of their clients.

PAID TUTORING JOB
The Beth Ray Student Center is looking for accounting tutors for athletes. Here’s a link to the job description: http://oregonstate.edu/studentathlete/learningservices/tutor-announcement

ATTENTION STUDENTS WITH 3 YEARS UNTIL GRADUATION:
Useful events hosted by OSU-Accounting & BAP — students should participate but NOT required.
1.  Monday, Feb. 13th @ 6 pm in AH 183 presented by Moss Adams  — “The Game of Life:  Managing your first paycheck & beyond — Accounting, Financial Planning and Business”
2.  Wed. Feb. 15th at 6 pm in AH 228 — Summer Leadership Information Panel — hosted by Beta Alpha Psi (BAP):  6 pm, AH 226
3.  Events hosted by the firms — multiple firms will host these events so please watch for more information.
4.  Apply for Summer Leadership Opportunities — Beaver Careers

CAMPUS OFFICE HOURS — The firm information below is about KPMG but many of the firms will do the same.  PwC, KPMG, Deloitte, Moss Adams, Jones & Roth, KS (Eugene), Geffen Mesher and Grant Thornton.
1.  KPMG will be on campus Wednesday, Feb. 1st starting at 10 am at the CSC.  Please RSVP to hsomogyi@kpmg.com

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY — there are many firms with these opportunities.  Please check Beaver Careers and attend BAP on Feb. 15th for more details.

This is just a few of the many options:
1.  PwC Summer Leadership Opportunity:  PwC’s Elevate posting is currently up in Beaver Careers, and applications will be accepted through February 24. First round interviews will happen on-campus on March 7th, which will consist of one interview per candidate. As you already know, we will be on campus next Thursday and again during the BAP Summer Leadership Panel in February.
2.  KPMG – see attached flyer
3.  Moss Adams – see attached flyer
4.  Geffen Mesher (see attached flyer) — FIRST Summer Leadership Program.  The position is posted on Beaver Careers already and I will be on campus the third week of March to do interviews.

FIELD TRIP
We have organized a field trip to Georgia-Pacific’s Halsey Factory for Friday, Feb 24. Email Chris Akroyd akroydc@oregonstate.edu if you are interested in attending. Once a departure time has been confirmed we will let you know the schedule.

The Halsey factory is about a 30min drive from OSU. We have hired two vans to take you there.  This trip is limited to 20 students.

MOSS ADAMS OPPORTUNITIES
Please review the attached documents for Moss Adams.  There are three unique opportunities – one is their leadership opportunities.

JOB OPPORTUNITY
1. (See flyer)  A firm in Wilsonville, the machine shop, badly needs a bookkeeper to do entry-level accounting work. I have been doing it since graduation but it’s time to trim the workload before I go crazy.

Starting wage is $15/hour. Workload 15 hours/week but negotiable either way. Lots of growth potential, including steep wage increases. Complete flexibility on work schedules. I would train them and gradually pass more responsibility onto them as they settle into the position.

Looking for a sophomore/junior who will be in Corvallis over the summer. Please feel free to disperse this however you deem appropriate. Just wanted to give a fellow Beaver a good opportunity before selling out to professional bookkeepers.

Please contact brandan.hopper@gmail.com if you are interested

2. Wiley CPA Review Course (see attached flyers) — I am looking for a Campus Ambassador at your school.  The position is like a mini-internship and you would serve as a liaison between Wiley and your school.  It’s only about a few hours of work per semester and in return, you get a full CPA Review Course (retail value $1,800).  I’ve attached some information and an application for your review.  If interested, please return the application to me and we can get you set up with your review course. Carla Ng, CPA, PMP; (925) 789-7804; Carla.Ng@wiley.com

3. OSU is holding a Winter Career Convention on Wednesday, Feb 15.  Lanell Nolf from Precision Cast Parts will be there recruiting students that day.

3.1  Precision Castparts Co. has two opportunities: (see attached flyers) is looking to hire accounting/finance interns.  This is an excellent opportunity with internship rotation.

ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE – INTERNSHIPS AND CO-OPS We are seeking highly motivated IMPACT players to join our world of manufacturing. Do you thrive in a fast-paced, challenging environment where you are rewarded for results? Do you want to be a member of a team that is driven to win? If so, Precision Castparts Corp. may be just the place for you.  Students with a passion for leadership and who are seeking a great career in a fast-paced, growing organization are encouraged to apply online at the following link: http://bit.ly/1yHeeKr

ACCOUNTING/FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM We are seeking highly motivated IMPACT players to join our world of MANUFACTURING Do you thrive in a fast-paced, challenging environment where you are rewarded for results? Do you want to be a member of a team that is driven to win? If so, Precision Castparts Corp. may be just the place for you to build your career.
Students with a passion for leadership and who are seeking a great career in a fast-paced, growing organization are encouraged to apply. Please apply at the following link: http://bit.ly/1bjcTis

4.  Job Opportunity in Washington — see attached flyer
Intern Coordinator for the Business Systems Directorate (BSD) Intern Program at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in Richland, WA.  PNNL is a multi-program national lab, operated by Battelle for the Department of Energy. BSD provides finance, accounting, and project support to the lab’s research operations. Each year, BSD hires four to six interns to take part in our summer internship program. We are primarily interested in students who are in their junior, or senior year of college, or who have recently graduated and are majoring in Finance, Accounting, or General business, or who are currently enrolled in an MBA program. Our goal is to find candidates who are well qualified, and who have stated a desire to be considered for full-time employment upon graduation if a position is available. Once hired, interns take part in two or more rotational assignments, and are exposed to a variety of PNNL’s Finance and Accounting functions. This is an excellent opportunity for them to learn about our organization and an opportunity for us to evaluate their potential as a future employee.

We are interested in interviewing several of your Business students for our summer internship program at the Lab.  The attachment to this email includes information about the Internship, how to apply, and PNNL. Thank you in advance for your time and feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
______________________________________________
Sean Clausen
Finance & Accounting Professional
Business Analysis/BSD Internship Coordinator
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Tel: 509-375-2225

NETWORKING:
Internal Auditor Student Night (see attached flyer) on 02/15/17, and inviting students from all local colleges and universities to participate.   PSU has graciously offered to let us use one of their facilities for the event, so it will be in downtown Portland, and it will be held from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm that evening.  There will be several speakers from local companies, currently working in Internal Audit, a question and answer session, and networking.  We will also have information on local IA internship opportunities if there are any coming available soon.  Pizza and soft drinks will be provided as well.
Email: patricia.snopkowski@oregonstate.edu if you are interested in carpooling to the event.

SCHOLARSHIP & MENTORSHIP OPPORTUNITY
1.  OSCPA coaching program:
https://www.orcpa.org/career_zone/resource/64-coaching_program/
Student Member Registration: Opens in February 2017
Coach-Student Pairing Notification: April 28, 2017
Program Runs: May 1 – August 31, 2017

Why the Coaching program for Students: Your Coach will contact you for the initial meeting; you will initiate scheduling subsequent meetings. Develop a meeting agenda for what you want to accomplish during the Coaching Program. Dress appropriately for in-person meetings. At the minimum, business casual; no jeans or sneakers. Ask your Coach to review and provide feedback on your resume.
Ask about interviewing, including attire, thank you note etiquette how to prepare for the interview.
Keep your Coach informed of your progress. Ask questions regarding the CPA exam, how to study, etc

2.  Mentors 360, Dinner, Feb. 9th (see attached flyer)

Flyers:

Moss Adams Summer Leadership Fullpage-FLYER – Nikole

Moss Adams HRX160801 Ignite Scholarships Flyer

KMP_Accountant Position

Moss Adams HRX160801 GPS Internships Flyer – NK

IIA Flyer – Student Night 2017_Portland

Internship PCC Internships Mentors360 PCC Internships PCC Finance Development Program PCC Internships

Posted in Accounting Events, Accounting Industry, Career Opportunities, General Beta Alpha Psi, Internship Opportunities, Scholarship Opportunities, Uncategorized

Week Three: Win $50 gift card, Moss Adams on IT, PwC office hours (summer leadership)

CONTEST
Here is a chance to be a “creative” accountant.
We are looking for a catchy name for our weekly accounting newsletter (similar to the weekly COB newsletter). The award is a $50 gift card to your choice (Dutch Bros; Beaver Bookstore or Qdoba).  Submission deadline Friday, Jan. 27th at 5 pm.
Use this link to submit your idea.  http://oregonstate.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8oUtWrOblTIGW5nWEEKLY MEETING
BAP/IMA Meeting – Wed. Jan. 25th at 6 pm in AH 226 – “IT Consulting”
“Moss Adams is one of the largest national firms along with one of the largest CPA offices in Portland, OR. They will be presenting on the role of IT consulting in this week’s meeting. The presentation will cover the importance of it and how it affects a business”ATTENTION STUDENTS WITH 3 YEARS UNTIL GRADUATION:
Useful events hosted by OSU-Accounting & BAP — students should participate but NOT required.
1.  Moss Adams presentation — “Accounting, Financial Planning and Business” (week 5)
2.  Summer Leadership Information Panel — hosted by Beta Alpha Psi (BAP):  6 pm, AH 226
3.  Events hosted by the firms — multiple firms will host these events so please watch for more information.
4.  Apply for Summer Leadership Opportunities — Beaver Careers

CAMPUS OFFICE HOURS — The firm information below is about PwC but many of the firms will do the same.  PwC, KPMG, Deloitte, Moss Adams, Jones & Roth, KS (Eugene) and Grant Thornton.
1.  PwC will be on campus at OSU for office hours on Thursday, January 26 in Austin 102 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm.  Drop in anytime to get your recruiting questions answered, learn more about PwC and our summer leadership program, or introduce yourself and chat. There is no formal agenda, so swing by as you are able! We look forward to seeing you!

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY
1.  PwC Summer Leadership Opportunity:  PwC’s Elevate posting is currently up in Beaver Careers, and applications will be accepted through February 24. First round interviews will happen on-campus on March 7th, which will consist of one interview per candidate. As you already know, we will be on campus next Thursday and again during the BAP Summer Leadership Panel in February.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES
OSU is holding a Winter Career Convention on Wednesday, Feb 15.  Lanell Nolf from Precision Cast Parts will be there recruiting students that day.

1.  Precision Castparts Co. has two opportunities: (see attached flyers) is looking to hire accounting/finance interns.  This is an excellent opportunity with internship rotation.
ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE – INTERNSHIPS AND CO-OPS We are seeking highly motivated IMPACT players to join our world of manufacturing. Do you thrive in a fast-paced, challenging environment where you are rewarded for results? Do you want to be a member of a team that is driven to win? If so, Precision Castparts Corp. may be just the place for you.  Students with a passion for leadership and who are seeking a great career in a fast-paced, growing organization are encouraged to apply online at the following link: http://bit.ly/1yHeeKr

ACCOUNTING/FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM We are seeking highly motivated IMPACT players to join our world of MANUFACTURING Do you thrive in a fast-paced, challenging environment where you are rewarded for results? Do you want to be a member of a team that is driven to win? If so, Precision Castparts Corp. may be just the place for you to build your career.
Students with a passion for leadership and who are seeking a great career in a fast-paced, growing organization are encouraged to apply. Please apply at the following link: http://bit.ly/1bjcTis

2.  Job Opportunity in Washington — see attached flyer
Intern Coordinator for the Business Systems Directorate (BSD) Intern Program at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in Richland, WA.  PNNL is a multi-program national lab, operated by Battelle for the Department of Energy. BSD provides finance, accounting, and project support to the lab’s research operations. Each year, BSD hires four to six interns to take part in our summer internship program. We are primarily interested in students who are in their junior, or senior year of college, or who have recently graduated and are majoring in Finance, Accounting, or General business, or who are currently enrolled in an MBA program. Our goal is to find candidates who are well qualified, and who have stated desire to be considered for full-time employment upon graduation if a position is available. Once hired, interns take part in two or more rotational assignments, and are exposed to a variety of PNNL’s Finance and Accounting functions. This is an excellent opportunity for them to learn about our organization and an opportunity for us to evaluate their potential as a future employee.

We are interested in interviewing several of your Business students for our summer internship program at the Lab.
The attachment to this email includes information about the Internship, how to apply, and PNNL. Thank you in advance for your time and feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
______________________________________________
Sean Clausen
Finance & Accounting Professional
Business Analysis/BSD Internship Coordinator
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Tel: 509-375-2225

3.  Georgia Pacific will be on campus at the end of February.  GP offers a great summer internship in industry accounting.  It is a large private company with amazing opportunities.  Please consider applying for the summer internship and attend BAP Feb. 22nd for more information.  They will be holding interviews Feb. 28th.

NETWORKING:
Internal Auditor Student Night on 02/15/17, and inviting students from all local colleges and universities to participate.   PSU has graciously offered to let us use one of their facilities forthe event, so it will be in downtown Portland, and it will be held from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm that evening.  There will be several speakers from local companies, currently working in Internal Audit, a question and answer
session, and networking.  We will also have information on local IA internship opportunities, if there are any coming available soon.  Pizza and
soft drinks will be provided as well.

SCHOLARSHIP & MENTORSHIP OPPORTUNITY
1.  OSCPA coaching program:
https://www.orcpa.org/career_zone/resource/64-coaching_program/
Student Member Registration: Opens in February 2017
Coach-Student Pairing Notification: April 28, 2017
Program Runs: May 1 – August 31, 2017

Why the Coaching program for Students: Your Coach will contact you for the initial meeting; you will initiate scheduling subsequent meetings. Develop a meeting agenda for what you want to accomplish during the Coaching Program. Dress appropriately for in-person meetings. At minimum, business casual; no jeans or sneakers. Ask your Coach to review and provide feedback on your resume.
Ask about interviewing, including attire, thank you note etiquette how to prepare for the interview.
Keep your Coach informed of your progress. Ask questions regarding the CPA exam, how to study, etc

2.  Mentors 360, Dinner, Feb. 9th (see attached flyer)

 Mentors360 Internship PCC Finance Development Program PCC Internships
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Week Two: Tax Syposium, Mentorships, Job Opport in WA

Tax Symposium (see attached flyer):  Wed. Jan 18th at 6pm in AH 183; Business Casual

Job Opportunities:
1.  Job Opportunity in Washington — see attached flyer
Intern Coordinator for the Business Systems Directorate (BSD) Intern Program at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in Richland, WA.  PNNL is a multi-program national lab, operated by Battelle for the Department of Energy. BSD provides finance, accounting, and project support to the lab’s research operations. Each year, BSD hires four to six interns to take part in our summer internship program. We are primarily interested in students who are in their junior, or senior year of college, or who have recently graduated and are majoring in Finance, Accounting, or General business, or who are currently enrolled in an MBA program. Our goal is to find candidates who are well qualified, and who have stated desire to be considered for full-time employment upon graduation if a position is available. Once hired, interns take part in two or more rotational assignments, and are exposed to a variety of PNNL’s Finance and Accounting functions. This is an excellent opportunity for them to learn about our organization, and an opportunity for us to evaluate their potential as a future employee.

We are interested in interviewing several of your Business students for our summer internship program at the Lab.
The attachment to this email includes information about the Internship, how to apply, and PNNL. Thank you in advance for your time and feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
______________________________________________
Sean Clausen
Finance & Accounting Professional
Business Analysis/BSD Internship Coordinator
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Tel: 509-375-2225

2.  The Commercial group at US Bank in Salem is looking to hire two credit analysts, preferably students that are graduating next Spring/Summer.  The job consists of receiving client financials and analyzing the information from a cash flow perspective as well as providing spreads to the Relationship Managers (me). It is not an easy job but would help students connect the dots between all the knowledge learned in college and the practical application.The pay is competitive and the job offers full benefits.

Feel free to share my contact information with any student who is interested:
laura.kutsch@usbank.com

3.  Finance TA:
Professor Johnathon Leong is seeking a TA for winter term, and we are wondering if you might be able to aid us by letting the accounting students know of the opportunity. Any help would be greatly appreciated.  The position is for, FIN442: Financial Statement Analysis.  Looking for a student in pro school who has completed some upper level accounting classes.

Course details:
http://catalog.oregonstate.edu/CourseDetail.aspx?subjectcode=FIN&coursenumber=442&term=201702&campus=corvallis

Job posting:
https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/36393

NETWORKING:
Internal Auditor Student Night on 02/15/17, and inviting students from all local colleges and universities to participate.   PSU has graciously offered to let us use one of their facilities forthe event, so it will be in downtown Portland, and it will be held from
5:00pm – 7:00pm that evening.  There will be several speakers from local companies, currently working in Internal Audit, a question and answer
session, and networking.  We will also have information on local IA internship opportunities, if there are any coming available soon.  Pizza and
soft drinks will be provided as well.

Scholarship & Mentorship Opportunities:
1.  OSCPA coaching program:
https://www.orcpa.org/career_zone/resource/64-coaching_program/
Student Member Registration: Opens in February 2017
Coach-Student Pairing Notification: April 28, 2017
Program Runs: May 1 – August 31, 2017

Why the Coaching program for Students:
Your Coach will contact you for the initial meeting; you will initiate scheduling subsequent meetings.
Develop a meeting agenda for what you want to accomplish during the Coaching Program.
Dress appropriately for in-person meetings. At minimum, business casual; no jeans or sneakers.
Ask your Coach to review and provide feedback on your resume.
Ask about interviewing, including attire, thank you note etiquette how to prepare for the interview.
Keep your Coach informed of your progress.
Ask questions regarding the CPA exam, how to study, etc.

Tax Symposium Mentors360

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Week One: OSCPA Scholarship (Jan 16th), Financial Job, TA

All Accounting Students:
Tax Symposium:  Wed. Jan 18th at 6pm in AH 183

Job Opportunities:
1.  The Commercial group at US Bank in Salem is looking to hire two credit analysts, preferably students that are graduating next Spring/Summer.  The job consists of receiving client financials and analyzing the information from a cash flow perspective as well as providing spreads to the Relationship Managers (me). It is not an easy job but would help students connect the dots between all the knowledge learned in college and the practical application.The pay is competitive and the job offers full benefits.

Feel free to share my contact information with any student who is interested:
laura.kutsch@usbank.com

2.  Finance TA:
Professor Johnathon Leong is seeking a TA for winter term, and we are wondering if you might be able to aid us by letting the accounting students know of the opportunity. Any help would be greatly appreciated.  The position is for, FIN442: Financial Statement Analysis.  Looking for a student in pro school who has completed some upper level accounting classes.

Course details:
http://catalog.oregonstate.edu/CourseDetail.aspx?subjectcode=FIN&coursenumber=442&term=201702&campus=corvallis

Job posting:
https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/36393

NETWORKING:
Internal Auditor Student Night on 02/15/17, and inviting students from all local colleges and universities to participate.   PSU has graciously offered to let us use one of their facilities forthe event, so it will be in downtown Portland, and it will be held from
5:00pm – 7:00pm that evening.  There will be several speakers from local companies, currently working in Internal Audit, a question and answer
session, and networking.  We will also have information on local IA internship opportunities, if there are any coming available soon.  Pizza and
soft drinks will be provided as well.

Scholarship & Mentorship Opportunities:
1.  (See attached flyer)
The scholarship deadline is January 16, 2017 for 2017-18 scholarships (fall 2017 through spring 2018). Please let me know when a good time would be to send you a follow-up reminder to help encourage your students to apply.  For more information on The OSCPA Educational Foundation College Scholarships, and the link to apply, visit: www.orcpa.org/educational_foundation/scholarships.

2.  OSCPA coaching program:
https://www.orcpa.org/career_zone/resource/64-coaching_program/
Student Member Registration: Opens in February 2017
Coach-Student Pairing Notification: April 28, 2017
Program Runs: May 1 – August 31, 2017

Why the Coaching program for Students:
Your Coach will contact you for the initial meeting; you will initiate scheduling subsequent meetings.
Develop a meeting agenda for what you want to accomplish during the Coaching Program.
Dress appropriately for in-person meetings. At minimum, business casual; no jeans or sneakers.
Ask your Coach to review and provide feedback on your resume.
Ask about interviewing, including attire, thank you note etiquette how to prepare for the interview.
Keep your Coach informed of your progress.
Ask questions regarding the CPA exam, how to study, etc.

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Break Updates: OSCPA Scholarship, Acct Opp

NEXT BAP/IMA meeting is week one of winter term  — Wed. Jan. 11th at 6pm in AH 226

All Accounting Students
Tax Symposium:  Wed. Jan 18th at 6pm in AH 183

Job Opportunities:
1.  The Commercial group at US Bank in Salem is looking to hire two credit analysts, preferably students that are graduating next Spring/Summer.  The job consists of receiving client financials and analyzing the information from a cash flow perspective as well as providing spreads to the Relationship Managers (me). It is not an easy job but would help students connect the dots between all the knowledge learned in college and the practical application.The pay is competitive and the job offers full benefits.

Feel free to share my contact information with any student who is interested:
laura.kutsch@usbank.com

Scholarship & Mentorship Opportunities:
1.  (See attached flyer)
The scholarship deadline is January 16, 2017 for 2017-18 scholarships (fall 2017 through spring 2018). Please let me know when a good time would be to send you a follow-up reminder to help encourage your students to apply.  For more information on The OSCPA Educational Foundation College Scholarships, and the link to apply, visit: www.orcpa.org/educational_foundation/scholarships.

2.  OSCPA coaching program:
https://www.orcpa.org/career_zone/resource/64-coaching_program/
Student Member Registration: Opens in February 2017
Coach-Student Pairing Notification:
April 28, 2017
Program Runs: May 1 – August 31, 2017

Why the Coaching program for Students:
Your Coach will contact you for the initial meeting; you will initiate scheduling subsequent meetings.
Develop a meeting agenda for what you want to accomplish during the Coaching Program.
Dress appropriately for in-person meetings. At minimum, business casual; no jeans or sneakers.
Ask your Coach to review and provide feedback on your resume.
Ask about interviewing, including attire, thank you note etiquette how to prepare for the interview.
Keep your Coach informed of your progress.
Ask questions regarding the CPA exam, how to study, etc.

IMA
Joint meetings and events with BAP & IMA: Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) Student Membership $39 sign up at http://www.imaonlinestore.com/PersonifyEbusiness/Default.aspx?TabID=181&ProductId=8&_ga=1.96935894.859845775.1469119189

As an IMA Student member, you can learn about the accounting and financial management profession, explore your future career options, and build your resume and professional network. We offer Student members access to many IMA membership benefits at significantly reduced rates: IMA Student membership fee of $39 (regularly $230) and reduced CMA certification entrance and exam fees. To qualify for Student membership, individuals must be enrolled in at least six (6) undergraduate or graduate credit hours, or the equivalent, per semester.

As a student you can sit the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) exams before you graduate. For more info see https://www.imanet.org/cma-certification/getting-started.   To qualify to become a full CMA students need a 4 year (180 credit) bachelor’s degree from an accredited university and two years work experience. For more details see the CMA Handbook http://www.imanet.org/-/media/b62511342482423f8beecfbf58acee8d.ashx?la=en
For more details about the advantages of joining the IMA contact Professor Chris Akroyd, Austin Hall 492 – akroydc@oregonstate.edu

Acct Opportunity for course credit and experience:
From Brooks Peacock (read attached document for details about this opportunity)

I think I will need about three (3) students for each project.  If a student performs well they can participate in all three projects, but there isn’t a requirement to participate in more than one.

Each student should plan on about 30 hours of work per project.  Part A will run during winter 2017, part b will run during spring 2017, and part c will run during the summer of 2017.

Part A & B will be completed here on campus.
Part C will most likely be completed on-site at Mutual of Enumclaw duringthe summer.

I want to interview each interested student either in-person or over the phone.  Any interested students should contact me via email, brooks.peacock@bs.oregonstate.edu.  We can then set up a time to talk.

Thanks again.
All the best,
J. Brooks Peacock, CPA*/PFS/ABV/CFF/CGMA
Instructor
College of Business  |  Oregon State University
464 Austin Hall  | Corvallis, Ore. 97331
541-737-6686  |  brooks.peacock@oregonstate.edu

 

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Finals Week: OSCPA Scholarship, PwC Deadline today, Acct Opp

NEXT BAP/IMA meeting is week one of winter term  — Wed. Jan. 11th at 6pm in AH 226

Joint meetings and events with BAP & IMA: Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) Student Membership $39 sign up at http://www.imaonlinestore.com/PersonifyEbusiness/Default.aspx?TabID=181&ProductId=8&_ga=1.96935894.859845775.1469119189

As an IMA Student member, you can learn about the accounting and financial management profession, explore your future career options, and build your resume and professional network. We offer Student members access to many IMA membership benefits at significantly reduced rates: IMA Student membership fee of $39 (regularly $230) and reduced CMA certification entrance and exam fees. To qualify for Student membership, individuals must be enrolled in at least six (6) undergraduate or graduate credit hours, or the equivalent, per semester.

As a student you can sit the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) exams before you graduate. For more info see https://www.imanet.org/cma-certification/getting-started.   To qualify to become a full CMA students need a 4 year (180 credit) bachelor’s degree from an accredited university and two years work experience. For more details see the CMA Handbook http://www.imanet.org/-/media/b62511342482423f8beecfbf58acee8d.ashx?la=en
For more details about the advantages of joining the IMA contact Professor Chris Akroyd, Austin Hall 492 – akroydc@oregonstate.edu

Finals Week:
Becker CPA wants to wish everyone good luck on their exams this week. Becker Rep Katie Wilson will be on campus (AH Career Success Center) Wednesday from 11 to 1 with snacks and goodies! Stop by for a little finals relief or with any questions about the CPA exam!

Acct Opportunity for course credit and experience:
From Brooks Peacock (read attached document for details about this opportunity)

I think I will need about three (3) students for each project.  If a student performs well they can participate in all three projects, but there isn’t a requirement to participate in more than one.

Each student should plan on about 30 hours of work per project.  Part A will run during winter 2017, part b will run during spring 2017, and part c will run during the summer of 2017.

Part A & B will be completed here on campus.
Part C will most likely be completed on-site at Mutual of Enumclaw duringthe summer.

I want to interview each interested student either in-person or over the phone.  Any interested students should contact me via email, brooks.peacock@bs.oregonstate.edu.  We can then set up a time to talk.

Thanks again.
All the best,
J. Brooks Peacock, CPA*/PFS/ABV/CFF/CGMA
Instructor
College of Business  |  Oregon State University
464 Austin Hall  | Corvallis, Ore. 97331
541-737-6686  |  brooks.peacock@oregonstate.edu

Leadership Opportunities:
Every year, we host a one-day program called Explore geared toward freshmen, sophomores and first-quarter juniors who are considering a business or accounting-related major, or looking for more information on a career in public accounting. The day is aimed to teach about the profession, network with PwC professionals, and develop leadership and teamworking skills. This year, the event will be held on Tuesday, December 13 from 10:00am to 4:00pm in our office in Portland. Applications are open, and the deadline to apply is Monday, December 5th.

PwC’s Explore program is an opportunity you can’t miss!

When: Tuesday, December 13, 201610:00 am – 4:00 pm
Where: PwC Portland*
Who: We are seeking high performing students (freshmen, sophomores, and first quarter juniors) interested in considering a business or accounting-related major, or those looking for further information on careers in accounting and other business related fields.

What: An opportunity to learn more about the field of accounting, future career opportunities, and to network with other students from a number of schools around Oregon as well as PwC professionals. See below for information on how to apply.

What to expect
If selected, you will be invited to a unique and interactive afternoon program comprised of experiential learning and training sessions aimed at developing teamwork, strategic thinking, creativity, problem-solving, and leadership skills. Not only will participation help cultivate these important characteristics, but it also provides a great networking forum with other students and PwC partners, principals, and staff. The Explore program is an outstanding opportunity for talented students to learn more about the accounting profession and to discover their own career goals and aspirations. All done while having a lot of fun!

To learn more about this opportunity and apply before Monday, December 5th
To apply, just click on the link below…
http://campusjobs.pwc.com/ShowJob/Id/865519/OR%20State%20U%20Explore%202016 (Links to an external site.)

http://adtrk.tw/OY3cL (Links to an external site.)

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Vio Olivier at violette.m.olivier@pwc.com. We hope to see you in December!

Scholarships:
1.  (See attached flyer)
The scholarship deadline is January 16, 2017 for 2017-18 scholarships (fall 2017 through spring 2018). Please let me know when a good time would be to send you a follow-up reminder to help encourage your students to apply.  For more information on The OSCPA Educational Foundation College Scholarships, and the link to apply, visit: www.orcpa.org/educational_foundation/scholarships.

Job Opportunities:
1.  I work for a company called Nova Dynamics, LLC which is in Philomath, OR. We are looking to hire a bookkeeper or accountant. We are a bit flexible with even if they can only work part-time until they graduate from OSU’s accounting program. I’m reaching out to you, to see if you knew any students or former students that are looking for a job. We will be posting the position to Beaver Jobs, but thought we would reach out to you personally.

Thank you for your time,
Britt Walcott   Britt Walcott [bw@novadynamics.com]
Human Resources, Nova Dynamics, LLC

2.  (See attached) Willamette Neighborhood Housing Services is seeking a student intern to support the Accounting and Financial Reporting team.  We’re looking for a self-starter to assist with hands-on accounting functions.   This position is an excellent opportunity to experience various aspects of non-profit accounting while working for a well-known community based non-profit organization.
Time Commitment:  8-12 hours/week
Compensation:  Hourly rate $10-$12 dependent on education, experience and computer application skills
How to Apply:  Send a cover letter with why you are motivated by this position and your resume to – Accounting Intern at info@w-nhs.org

3.  OSU — In a nutshell we are looking for a student who won’t be graduating until June 2018 (or later). That would make them a Jr or Sr (5+ yr student). We are looking for someone headed towards an Accounting (preferably) or Finance degree. The job is mostly setting up sponsor contracts for AR, billing, posting cash to the AR acct, working with emails (receiving and sending, related to sponsored accounts), creating/posting AP invoices and check requests.

If you need more information, please feel free to contact me. The current posting is on the Jobs website through next week Thursday (10/27).
Bo Price | Assistant Bursar, Business Affairs | Oregon State University
100B Kerr Admin Building | Corvallis, OR 97339-1086 | Phone: 541-737-0658
bo.price@oregonstate.eduenumclaw-student-project-summary scholarships internship

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