As the trusted resource for regulation and professional services, we know that our ability to assist the accounting world is dependent upon listening to and engaging with our member boards, professionals and consumers who interact with us in various ways.
Social media helps us hear concerns and keep abreast of activities around the world that impact how we interact with the accounting profession. We make sure to follow those of you who are sharing your thoughts about the Uniform CPA Examination, continuing professional education, regulatory issues, firm-specific questions and many other areas.
We also share our activities, stances and information on several online networks:
Dedicated to sharing information about NASBA, this social space is also focused on assisting Exam applicants learn more about the profession and gain the information needed to successfully apply for the Exam.
NASBA Center for the Public Trust
The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) provides a platform for corporate America and the accounting profession to explore, promote and advance ethical practices in organizations. Join the conversation about ethics in the social networks of the CPT and StudentCPT.
NASBA Student Center for the Public Trust
The CPT created Student Center for the Public Trust (StudentCPT) chapters to focus on educating and engaging future business leaders on ethics, accountability and integrity. StudentCPT chapters are based on college campuses.