Everything You Need to Know
Simply put, CPA Recruit is a series of networking events for students to learn about the various local and national CPA firms, and apply to co-op and full-time positions for the following period. There are two hiring periods: summer and fall.
Please review the resources below to help you prepare for CPA Recruit.
Click here to view the CPABC 2021 Recruitment Framework
Click here to view upcoming Campus Recruitment Events & Opportunities
2021 Recruit Information
Spring recruit and fall recruit offer acceptance dates and deadlines are as follows:
Spring 2021 Offer Acceptance Date: June 25, 2021
Fall Offers Out to Students: Between June 26, 2021 and October 8, 2021
Fall 2021 Offer Acceptance Date: October 8, 2021
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The Answers You Need
IS CPA RECRUIT FOR UPPER YEAR STUDENTS?
No, definitely not! We encourage students to start networking with firms as early as possible so that they can feel confident and comfortable in a networking setting, learn about the different career opportunities available, and start building meaningful relationships with firm representatives.
HOW DO I PARTICIPATE?
We strongly recommend that students attend as many networking events as possible. CPA Recruit is your opportunity to get to learn about the different firms and the opportunities they offer. We will be hosting a number of events throughout recruit to help students get a sense of each firm and find out where they "fit". Some firms will also host their own events so join our mailing list to avoid missing out!
WHAT DO I NEED TO PARTICIPATE?
Be yourself! Bring an open mind, positive attitude, and willingness to learn to each event as well as your own business cards. Dress codes can vary from business casual to business formal depending on the event so make sure that you understand the differences and have the proper attire.
AM I GUARANTEED A JOB PLACEMENT IF I PARTICIPATE?
Unfortunately, not everyone will be successful the first time they participate in CPA Recruit; it may take some students two or three times before they are successful in finding a position. There are numerous factors that can affect a student's ability to secure a co-op or full-time positions such as the number of positions available, the quantity and quality of applicants, and the student's ability to establish meaningful connections with firm representatives.
Click on the firms below to learn more about their values, what they are looking for in candidates, and job postings.
Please note that this is not a comprehensive list of all of the local and national firms.