Date: February 22-24, 2022 Location: Hosted virtually on Hopin
Over 350 participants and 20 exhibitors logged into CPABC’s virtual venue from February 22-23 to network and engage with each other on important career topics during the multiple career workshops, panel discussions, and career fairs. Following the networking, the conversations continued through one-on-one private speed interviews, career advising, and resume reviewing appointments on February 24.
Despite the popularity and continual growth of social media channels, misperceptions about these tools are common, especially when it comes to leveraging them for professional purposes. Chris Kumar, Regional Director at Robert Half presents a crash course in using social media to advance your career.
Curious about how to start building your professional confidence? Recruitment specialists Chris Showell, Karina Ontaneda, and Megan Chua share more on who struggles with it, why you want it, and how to get it at this workshop.
In BC’s competitive job market, candidates need to learn how to stand out from the crowd. Recruitment specialists Alison Caldwell and Jessica Volpe help candidates set themselves apart by sharing the key points that they can follow to advance their career.
Prepare yourself for a rewarding career as a CPA. Suzanne Berry and Lily Dayson from CPABC’s Candidate Support team share the essential questions aspiring CPAs should ask their future employers to ensure they meet their practical experience requirements in their CPA journey and break down the education and experience requirements of the CPA program.