High School Educators
If you’re an educator looking for free resources for your classroom, see below:
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The AICPA is working with Historically Black Colleges and Universities to increase the recruiting and retention of African-Americans in the accounting profession. To help address the challenges that campus career service centers may be facing in regard to ensuring that their students are well-equipped professionally, being seen by recruiters, and receiving internship and job placement opportunities the attached toolkit and guide you to success.
FREE AICPA & Firm Education Portals/Resources
The four largest public accounting firms (Deloitte, EY, KPMG, and PwC) and AICPA’s Accounting Education Center all provide free materials that can be used in the classroom. Included below is information how to access them.
The AICPA Accounting Education Center is a resource hub for accounting faculty. This website provides access to award winning curricula, curated resources across multi-discipline areas, and opportunities to engage with the profession. Faculty are encouraged to bookmark and/or save the website to their favorites for easy access.
Deloitte Foundation Educator Resources
The Deloitte Foundation offers a variety of resources for faculty use in the classroom, which are designed to connect students with real-world issues and the latest professional developments. We offer dozens of cases and other curriculum support in the areas of financial accounting, auditing, forensic accounting, analytics and other relevant topics.
The EY Academic Resource Center (EYARC)
EYARC sponsored by the Ernst & Young Foundation, provides a private portal, exclusively for faculty from non-profit higher education institutions, that offers free curriculum and other resources on leading-edge issues impacting the profession. Topics cover emerging technologies, technical accounting, auditing and tax matters and more. Faculty interested in access can contact Catherine Banks, EYARC Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The KPMG University Connection
This website offers free access to a wide range of classroom resources and tools. Our goal is to leverage our resources to provide timely, relevant curriculum materials and examples to supplement the courses you teach. These materials are suitable for undergraduate and graduate level business courses and cover topics such as corporate governance, financial reporting, information systems, audit, tax and ethics. Go to KPMG University Connection to register for access to case studies, curriculum modules and instructor resources.
PwC’s University Relations website highlights a newsletter for academics, relevant Thought Leadership, investments in higher education, classroom resources and opportunities for professor learning and development. The site is open access.
AICPA Fellowship for Minority Doctoral Students
The AICPA Fellowship for Minority Doctoral Students ensures that CPAs of diverse backgrounds are visible in college and university classrooms. The program's goal is to increase the number of minority CPAs who serve as role models and mentors to young people in the academic environment.
For more information on the Diversity and Inclusion Pipeline Initiative or if you have any questions, please contact Chris Mitchell.