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Certified Public Accountants. Terri Spitz-Schmidt Greece Olympia High School. “Famous” Accountants. Author John Grisham Comedian Bob Newhart Phil Knight, the founder and chair of Nike Walter Diemer, creator of bubble gum Thomas Pickard, the FBI's #2 man J.P. Morgan

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certified public accountants

Certified Public Accountants

Terri Spitz-Schmidt

Greece Olympia High School

famous accountants
“Famous” Accountants
  • Author John Grisham
  • Comedian Bob Newhart
  • Phil Knight, the founder and chair of Nike
  • Walter Diemer, creator of bubble gum
  • Thomas Pickard, the FBI's #2 man
  • J.P. Morgan
  • Jazz artist Kenny G.
accounting today

ACCOUNTINGTODAY

Choose a Career

To Match

Your Interest

forensic auditing
Forensic/Auditing
  • Increased awareness of financial crimes will increase the demand for forensic accountants
entertainment industry
Entertainment Industry
  • Celebrities
  • Theater
  • Movie Industry
  • Musical Artists
what do accountants do
What Do Accountants Do?
  • Establishes, modifies, and audits accounting systems for clients
  • Prepares accounting and financial reports for clients
  • Provides advice to corporate and individual clients on business matters.
how s the pay 2002 median

Location

Hourly

Annual

United States

$22.60

$47,000

New York

$25.96

$54,000

How’s the Pay?(2002 Median)
career opportunities
Private

Public

Forensic

Internal Auditing

Management

Tax

Gov’t (IRS)

International

Career Opportunities

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national major players the big 4
National Major PlayersThe Big 4
  • KPMG
  • Ernst & Young
  • Price Waterhouse
  • Deloitte Touché Tohmatsu
how about schooling 2 year colleges
Monroe Community College (Business)

Rochester Business Institute (Business)

Bryant & Stratten (Business)

How about Schooling?(2 Year Colleges)
4 year colleges
4 Year Colleges
  • SUNY Brockport
  • Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Nazareth
  • St. John Fisher
  • Roberts Wesleyan
  • Empire State College
can i find a job

Location

Employment

Average Job Openings

2000

2010

United States

975,800

1,156,800

32,560          

New York

89,710

100,610

2,420         

Can I Find a Job?
what will employers want interview tips
Motivation

Flexibility

Team Player

Technical Skills

Attention to Detail

Communication Skills

Leadership quality

What Will Employers Want?(Interview Tips)
what can i do now suggested high school courses
Business Law

Accounting I /II

Economics

Ethics

Finance

Marketing

Communication

Computers

What Can I Do Now?(Suggested High School Courses)
what about experience during high school
What about Experience?(During High School)
  • District Office – Payroll, Accounts Payable/Accounts Receivable
  • Local Accounting Firms/Banks
  • Paychex
  • Wegmans
how about after college local employers
How About After College?(Local Employers)
  • Kodak
  • Xerox
  • Paychex
  • H & R Block
  • Paytech
  • Wegmans
where to start
Where to Start?
  • Assessment testing – Interest
  • Course Scheduling – Try a class
  • Shadowing – spend a day with an Accountant
  • Volunteer – work in an office
  • Ask around – Interview Accountants