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Accounting Career Summit

Is Accounting for You?

Date: May 17, 2024
Location: University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Room: Coffman Memorial Union, Mississippi Room

Find out what a day in the life of a CPA is like! If you are interested in learning all about the accounting profession, join us for our " Is Accounting for Me?” Accounting Career Summit. Space is limited for this event, and all spots were filled in the fall. Don't get wait listed. Register right away!


8:30 a.m.         Registration & breakfast
9 a.m.              Welcome
9:10 a.m.         Deloitte Academy: Accounting edition 1.0
10 a.m.            Break
10:10 a.m.       Volunteer-led interactive accounting activities
11 a.m.            Break
11:10 a.m.       Real world accountants: A panel discussion
12 p.m.            Lunch
12:30 p.m.       Optional 1-hour tour of University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

This half-day conference will provide you with information you’ll need to decide if you’d like to study accounting in college and ultimately join the profession. You will be able to interact with accounting professionals and college students who can share their experiences and insights with you.

Join us to participate in: 

  • Interactive activities.
  • A panel discussion with accounting professionals and college students.
  • Networking during lunch with faculty, students and CPA practitioners.
  • An optional tour of the campus.

Thank you to our sponsor:

Deloitte logo

How to register:

There is no fee to attend this event, but space is LIMITED. Register up to 10 students per school before seats run out by clicking "Registration Form" below. This event is designed for high school students interested in studying accounting or business at the college level.

Registration Form


For schools in need of financial assistance, the MNCPA offers a limited number of grants to reimburse for transportation and substitute teacher expenses. Grants are first-come, first-serve, up to a maximum of $100 per school.