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

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 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
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
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.

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

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 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

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 or 800.874.5346 ext. 453.

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
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