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Collegepreneur- Successful Side Hustles for College Students

  If there was a group of individuals that could, on average, use extra income, it would be the college student. From housing, books and meal plans, the college years can be quite expensive. Should you find yourself in need of some extra funds, there are many ways to make some money in your spare […]

How to answer those frequently asked interview questions: Where do you see yourself in five years & Tell me about yourself?

Whether you have an interview for an upcoming internship or new job or an interview is in your near future,  like most people, you may be nervous about this impending appointment. The pressure, the dress code and those infamous questions: Where do you see yourself and tell me about yourself? Employers like to ask about […]

Transiting Back to In-person

As colleges and universities around the country begin to offer more in-person classes, students are facing the prospect of returning to classrooms. This news may receive mixed emotions, as some have grown accustomed to virtual learning, some are severely concerned about the new Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus while others may be relieved to […]

The CPT is Going Back to School

Ethics Matters August 2021 As students prepare to head back to campuses across the United States and travel restrictions are being lifted, the NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) is gearing up to support 49 StudentCPT chapters and their efforts on campus. The CPT is anticipating increased engagement with in-person activities, including speakers campus […]

Student News: UW’s SparkTank Ignites Hope in Laramie

Ethics Matters August 2021 Each year, the University of Wyoming’s StudentCPT chapter hosts SparkTank, an annual community service event aimed to provide a spark to help nonprofits in Laramie, WY, fulfill their mission and “spark” a sense of community service within the next generation of leaders. “This past fall semester, UW Ethics Club members were […]

LEAD WITH INTEGRITY: CPT Board Member Spotlight: Getting to Know Andrea P. Perry, Esq.

Ethics Matters August 2021 The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) staff recently sat down for a chat with its newest board member, Andrea P. Perry, Esq. Perry, a 2021 Nashville Business Journal Best of the Bar award recipient, is a member and attorney with Bone McAllester Norton PLLC, in Nashville, TN. She concentrates […]

2021 Ethics in Action Video Competition

Ethics Matters August 2021 Congratulations to the 2021 Ethics in Action Video Competition winners! Students from across the country were invited to submit commercials and short films for a chance to win up to $1,000 in prizes. The competition was split into two judging sequences; Viewer’s Choice – where peers, family members and CPT supporters […]


Ethics Matters August 2021 Congratulations to the following StudentCPT chapters for a job well done! Special thanks to StudentCPT officers and chapter advisors for your leadership during an unprecedented year. These chapters continued to spread the good news and promote leadership on their campuses and online. 2020-2021 Golden Star Chapters Belmont University Colorado Mesa University […]

Good News: Yale School of Drama to Become Tuition-Free

Ethics Matters August 2021 According to a recent article in Forbes, billionaire David Geffen recently donated $150 million to the Yale School of Drama. According to the university, this significant donation is the largest ever gift to American theater. Beginning in August, the drama school will be tuition-free for both current and future students in […]

StudentCPT 2021 Leadership Conference

Ethics Matters August 2021 From June 7 – 9, 2021, the NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) hosted the 2021 StudentCPT Leadership Conference (SLC) via Zoom, from 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. (CST) each day. During these three days, SLC speakers shared information on relevant topics related to student leadership along with daily training […]