Juda, Eskew and Associates, P.A. Staff Selected for FICPA’S Emerging Leaders Program

A highly-selective, experiential career development program for Florida’s best and brightest young CPAs

 

The Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA) announced that Travis Ouimet has been accepted into the 2019-2020 Class of its Emerging Leaders Program.​  ​Travis is among 27 individuals in this year’s class, representing the rising stars within the Florida accounting community.

FICPA’s annual program is designed to strengthen and amplify the leadership skills of FICPA’s Young CPA members, build a peer group network of talented and motivated CPAs, and develop the future influencers of the profession. Program events will be held across the state in Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Tampa, Orlando, Ft. Lauderdale, and Miami. Participants will engage locally with​ ​thought leaders from the accounting profession, local and state elected officials, community not-for-profit champions, and leadership development experts.

The Emerging Leaders Program creates an environment in which young CPAs are able to engage in a dialogue about statewide and national issues impacting the profession, establish strong professional relationships, and be inspired to take the next step forward as leaders. Following the program, all of the participants’ efforts will culminate at the Emerging Leaders Summit, taking place this winter.

For more information about the FICPA’s Emerging Leaders Program, visit emerging.ficpa.org and follow #ficpaEL

 

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The Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants is the premier professional organization representing Florida’s Certified Public Accountants in the state. In addition to serving the diverse needs of its membership, its mission is to enhance its members’ competency and professionalism; support professional standards; and advocate on behalf of the profession. www.ficpa.org 

JEA in the Community

Juda, Eskew and Associates in the COMMUNITY will be a feature blog to show how JEA is helping out the local communities of South Florida.


 

Broward College Computer Science and Engineering Advisory Board Meeting last week, Tuesday, May 12th. The conference room was full with over 30 attendees from industry, faculty, the student body, and administration.    

The meeting was a success, especially after receiving important industry input relating to virtualization and cloud computing for our technology degrees. In addition, several Industry Partners expressed an interest in helping with additional student-led technology and fundraising projects. Finally, members participated in an engaging discussion about (and even expressed a personal interest in) our four technology camps being offered this summer for students, grades 8 though 12. Please click here for more details about how to sign up your kids.

 

JEA blog Broward College May event

Our very own, Kim Juda pictured here at the meeting as an Industry Partner.

 

Due to overwhelming enthusiasm of board meeting particiants, we are currently in the planning process of a technology networking event that will occur later this summer.

We appreciate your commitment to Broward College, our students, and the local community.

 

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From the Broward Computer and Science Advantage

More info on upcoming events with Broward College HERE

Announcement: Kim Juda to serve on Advisory Board at Broward College

We are please to announce that Kim Juda has been selected to serve on the Broward College Business Department’s (Accounting, Marketing and Office Administration) Advisory Board as a Business Partner. The purpose of an advisory committee is to provide assurance, through technical assistance and resources, that an occupational training program curriculum meets the needs of
business, industry, labor, the professions, technical trades, or the community it is designed to serve. The advisory committee also ensures that the occupational training program graduates are capable of performing entry-level skills in the occupation in which they are trained. An advisory committee is a group of employers and employees, from outside the field of education, providing guidance and direction to educators on the design, development, implementation, evaluation, maintenance, and revision of career and technical education programs. Successful advisory committees focus on innovative, quality programs. Because representatives on the committee have first-hand information concerning current business trends, technological demands, and realistic job requirements, their participation on the committee helps strengthen communication between education and the world of work.
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Announcement: Carol Eskew Elected to Board of Directors for Broward Coalition

We are please to announce that Carol Eskew has been appointed as a Board of Director, Assistant to the treasurer, to The Broward Coalition of Condominium, Homeowners Associations and Community Organizations, Inc. The Broward Coalition maintains a coordinated, focused, approach to condominium and homeowner association matters. This affords all members the opportunity to share information, improve association law, and achieve peace of mind. The Coalition, including association boards, residents and business partners, has built, and continues to expand, a community network more than several thousand members strong.
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