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Victorian ICAA Awards


Monday, 20th August 2001 at 1:08 pm
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The Institute of Chartered Accountants is calling for nominations for the Victorian State Chair’s Young Professional Community Service Award.

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Victorian ICAA Awards
Monday, 20th August 2001 at 1:08 pm

The Institute of Chartered Accountants is calling for nominations for the Victorian State Chair’s Young Professional Community Service Award.

For organisations who are dealing with, or who have benefited from, the services of young accounting professionals actively involved in a pro-bono community service, this award is an excellent opportunity to obtain recognition for your organisation.

It is open to members, CA Candidates and Candidates awaiting admission.

Community Service is a difficult concept to define, however any activity
which can be demonstrated to have benefited the community at large will
be considered.

Please contact Catherine Cleary at the Institute on cleary@icaa.org.au
or on 9602 5844 for a nomination form. Entries must be received by
Friday 31 August.




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