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Making a Difference

Getting involved means different things to different people. That's why the MNCPA offers more than 45 opportunities so you can choose what interests you. 

Educate the public on personal finance

Choose your level of involvement in our Financial Literacy Initiative.

Taxline
Join MNCPA volunteers for a night at a local TV station. You'll answer viewers' questions on tax issues at our most publicized event.

Speak to the community
Speak to the general public, media and community groups on financial literacy issues.

Encourage student interest in the CPA profession

Talk to the Students
Speak about your experience in high school classrooms and at career fairs.

Shape laws and legislation affecting the profession

Task forces
Join one of 6 task forces focused on a legislative issues important to the profession. Current issue task forces include AMT reform and estate tax reform.

Key legislative contact
Become a liaison with elected officials. Use current contacts or volunteer to build a relationship and keep them informed of CPA concerns and issues.

CPA Lobby Day
Join other MNCPA volunteers at the Capitol one morning each year to meet local legislators and address issues important to the profession.

It's never too early to start

Young professionals have a lot to learn and contribute through the Young Professional Group.

Captain program
Become a captain for your firm or company to promote involvement in Young Professionals Group events. Get the most participation and win great prizes.

Young Professional Group Leadership Committee
Plan events and programs for young professionals in the MNCPA.

Improve the MNCPA

Curriculum advisory groups
Join one of our 6 advisory groups to help us shape the MNCPA's CPE choices.

Conference task forces
Help us plan our annual conferences by joining one of our 14 task forces.

Why get involved?

Develop a connection to your professional community by shaping curriculum, conferences and other MNCPA services.

Build your resume with tangible experience in program planning, speaking or leadership positions.

Improve your local community. Professional involvement benefits your community by creating engaged members who value ethical conduct, education and philanthropy.

Be a part of the democratic process and provide your expertise to improve legislation.

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