Consider teaching as a rewarding second career

Written on Aug 03, 2017

Whether you’re looking for a change or mapping out your post-retirement plans, consider how rewarding it could be to teach accounting to the younger generation, writes Jennifer Rieman in the July/August issue of CPA Voice.

“At your firm or company, consider volunteering to lead educational workshops or seminars,” she writes. “Become an adjunct instructor at your local community college, or investigate opportunities to teach online. Starting with a class or two while keeping your day job is the ideal way to explore if teaching is right for you, while building a resume that will be attractive to potential employers.”

Find out the other qualifications that could make you the ideal candidate to teach accounting, including what degree you will need and how your professional background could be an asset. Read the story online now.

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