Serving on a society committee can help you meet CPA colleagues, learn more about your profession and contribute to your career. To volunteer for a committee, call 701-775-7100 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
Current Committees: 2016 Committees.pdf
Plan and manage the convention. Typically committee members should be from the upcoming convention location.
Time: Monthly meetings, plus your work at the convention.
Select CPE programs to be offered.
Time: 1/2 day meeting and perhaps 1 conference call.
Recommend award winners, mentor new CPAs and consider new services.
Time: Approximately 4 conference calls, 1-2 hours each.
Members In Industry
Plan the Management Conference and contribute newsletter articles.
Time: 1/2 day meeting, work at the conference and perhaps 1 or 2 conference calls.
Review and accept PR documents. Call us for membership requirements.
Time: Approximately one 1/2 day meeting and 4-6 conference calls.
Respond to complaints and proposed ethics changes, as well as inform members about ethics matters.
Time: 1 - 2 conference calls.
Promote the profession through advertising and help attract new entrants into the CPA profession.
Time: 1 to 2, 1/2 day meetings.
Liaison with tax entities, inform members and participate in the "tax forum."
Time: Approximately one or two 1/2 day meetings.
Young Professionals Group
Plan activities for young professionals.
Time: Approximately 4 conference calls and perhaps some at events.
The Society has a mentor program for new CPAs. It provides the new CPA with a contact person within the profession. It's a way to learn about the profession, opportunities, how to get involved, career ideas, etc. To participate as a mentor or a new CPA, simply call the Society office at 701-775-7100. To participate, everyone is required to be members or affiliates.
If an ongoing committee role doesn't sound right for you, there are other ways to be of service to your profession – on your own schedule:
- Prepare a newsletter article.
- Be a "host" for a new CPA at annual conventions
- Contact a few nonmembers and encourage them to join.