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Networking


Learning how to network is key to your career, development and success. Whether you are looking for an internship, getting your first job, developing sales contacts, or changing your career path, networking provides valuable information at every stage of your career.

Our members participate in a variety of networking activities that fit their busy lifestyle or career stage.


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Are you interested in networking with young CPAs and other young professionals? Non-CPAs and other young professionals not eligible for NJSCPA membership can join the NJSCPA Young Professionals Network to receive updates, invitations and news on young professionals events.


Articles and Resources


  • The Art of Email Introductions

    December 23, 2013
    A great way to strengthen your network is to introduce two people who could benefit from knowing each other. The most common type of introduction is emailing each person simultaneously.
  • How Much Do You Know About Networking?

    December 18, 2013
    How much do you really know about successful networking at events? This short quiz will help you brush up on your networking skills without having to put on a tie or balance a drink.
  • Successfully Networking at Events

    July 8, 2013
    A little time spent on preparation prior to going to a meeting can make a big difference in how successful the event is for you.
  • Create a Networking Event

    May 22, 2013
    Organizing your own networking event is a smart way to establish yourself as a leader and the center of an expanding network.
  • Art of Networking: Mastering the Art of Small Talk

    March 19, 2013
    Many intelligent, interesting people are not comfortable with small talk because they feel they cannot contribute something valuable to a conversation. Here are some tips for developing a comfort level when meeting new people and for establishing the basis for a follow up meeting.

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