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All businesses desire to maximize profits!
Accountants are needed to analyze finances to provide managers with information useful in operating the business to maximize profits. Accounting jobs are plentiful even in the current weak economy and the money for well trained accountants is good. Your accounting career options are limitless and impact every aspect of business, such as: Entertainment, Government, Technology, Non-Profit, Sports, Criminal Investigation, Travel, Education, Environment, Food & Fashion. As a CPA-Certified Public Accountant, you have to option to contract your services independently to each of these areas of business.
Eastfield’s Accounting Faculty are committed to your success through innovative instructional methods to help you to gain a solid understanding of the accounting principles and skills necessary to obtain success in today’s workplace and the ability to learn how to apply critical thinking to business situations.
Earning an Associate’s Degree in Accounting and/or Accounting Certificate may lead to:
Regina L Brown, Instructor/Coordinator
Ernestine Davis, Adjunct Instructor
Joan Cox, Adjunct Instructor
Katrina Martin, Adjunct Instructor
Somer Washington, Adjunct Instructor
Tyra Tallie, Adjunct Instructor
IRS Volunteer Income Tax Preparer 2014 Season
Required Training @EFC PG Campus – 12/14/13 8am – 4pm
• Learn to Prepare Basic Income Tax Returns
• Earn Service Learning Hours January – April 2014
For additional information contact: Delores.Daugherty@IRS.gov or (Professor Brown) ReginaBrown@dcccd.edu
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Purpose: The Eastfield College Accounting Club’s mission is to promote Financial Literacy, build Professional Networking, and perfect marketable business skills necessary to compete in today’s marketplace.