Curious about what motivates someone to become a Certified Management Accountant, or how they balance work and school? We spoke to a few current students to find out. Tell us a bit about your current job? I carry out the payable transactions involving our various locations and new store builds. My responsibilities also include gift card reconciliations and managing working [...]
If you’re looking for more information about the CMA designation, look no further than your own campus. Find your campus ambassador below and contact them with any questions you may have about the CMA designation or information regarding our upcoming post-secondary events. Araz Mehrabani Capilano University On campus, you’re most likely to find me in the library – 3rd floor Cedar [...]
This November CMABC will be hosting their 6th Annual Post-Secondary Student Case Competition. This competition will challenge you to solve real-world business problems by combining your classroom knowledge and real life experience. You will be competing against other first and second year business students from British Columbia for a chance to compete in the Final Round of the competition. Case [...]
CMA British Columbia’s Campus Membership is a program for university or college students that offers special opportunities to explore the CMA profession and build your resume.
Twelve students from post-secondary institutions around British Columbia have been selected as the 2012 recipients of scholarships from the Certified Management Accountants of B.C. (CMA BC). As part of CMA BC’s dedication to educating and developing strategic management professionals, each post-secondary student will receive a $2500 scholarship to help them pursue further education through the CMA Strategic Leadership Program and [...]
To mark the wrap-up and celebrate another successful year of its Mentor Program, CMA BC hosted its second annual Mentor Mixer on Wednesday, June 27 at the Salt Tasting Room in Gastown.
While the CMA designation is a Canadian designation, CMAs are certainly not limited to working only in Canada. In fact, the value of the designation is recognized globally and there are currently CMA members living and applying their skills and knowledge in more than 90 countries worldwide.
For Fairmont Hotels Controller Harold Burgess, the skills learned as a CMA were more than just a luxury.
Guest blogger Tanya Behrisch on how the early days of your new job will be key in setting the tone for your future work relationships with colleagues.
Over the past year we’ve interacted with hundreds of students over emails, career fairs, and information sessions. Many of the questions we come across are the same, so we’ve created this new blog series to address some key frequently asked questions.
What is a typical entry-level position for someone starting the CMA program out of university?