East Central University (ECU) recently conducted a highly successful event in which they role-played a case study. This event was primarily designed to help attendees understand how certain incentive structures and company cultures can lead to fraud and misrepresentation in financial reporting. Although many students were present, the chapter also invited local professionals, who received Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits for participating in this event.
The NASBA Center of Public Trust (CPT) staff is thrilled to work with these young leaders and remains committed to providing more opportunities for students in other locations to get involved in ethical leadership building activities. As always, if you have a relationship with a college or university that may be interested in starting a StudentCPT chapter, please contact CPT Program Manager, Ryan Hirsch, at email@example.com.