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    DESC: Your Script for Becoming More Assertive

    by Monette Anderson | Jan 23, 2018
    Being assertive is all about standing up for yourself and your needs without trampling over the needs of others. Asserting yourself and finding satisfying resolutions to office conflicts can be tricky. Read on to learn a tried-and-true method of respectfully standing up for yourself.
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    Why Advocacy Matters: A Member's Perspective

    by Ashley Kittrell | Jan 22, 2018
    WSCPA member Brett Jordan shares how being involved in WSCPA advocacy has a wide impact on his career, community, and the CPA profession.
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    10 Tips to Finding and Learning From a Career Mentor

    by Monette Anderson | Oct 17, 2017
    Is a mentor really all that valuable, anyway? In a word, yes. Read on for more explanation on why you should find one as well as tips for how to both forge a mentor-mentee relationship as well as get the most out of one.
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    WSCPA Accounting Careers Symposium Call for Proposals

    by Monette Anderson | Oct 17, 2017
    Are you in need of chapter service hours, ideas for the Best Practices competition, and an engaging service project for your group? If so, then consider applying to host a Financial Literacy Symposium with the Washington Society of CPAs!
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    Student Spotlight: Michelle Rouse, Scholarship Winner

    by Monette Anderson | Aug 15, 2017
    Michelle Rouse became a Washington CPA Scholar this year, earning her place amongst 60 high-achieving, future CPAs in the state. We caught up with Michelle to ask her a few questions about her experience applying for the Washington CPA Foundation scholarship and what advice she would give other students doing the same.
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