OSCPA members, engage in your professional community!
Invest in your community, build leadership skills, and expand your professional circle.
Committees + Chapters
Committees give opportunities for networking and leadership development, as well as support OSCPA goals and advocacy.
Use their expertise on a variety of professional issues.
Meet 2-3 times annually to complete conference planning.
Support the OSCPA Board of Directors in governance and oversite of key functions.
- Business Management & Advisory Services
- Governmental Accounting & Auditing
- Leadership Development
- Legislative Policy
- OSCPA Women's Initiatives
- Peer Review
- Professional Development (CPE)
- Young Professionals
- Accounting & Auditing
- Construction Industry
- Estate Planning
- Farming, Ranching & Agribusiness
- Financial & Retirement Planning
- Forest Products
- IRS/Practitioners Forum
- Northwest Federal Tax Conference
- Real Estate
- State & Local Taxation
- Budget Committee
- Professional Conduct (Ethics)
- Audit Committee
- Nominations Committee
Chapter leaders plan programs and activities for their area, and are available for local members to contact.
Chapters let OSCPA members get involved and network with local peers. Additionally, the OSCPA administrative office is in the Upper NW Region (8), which includes the Portland metropolitan area.
Chapters are represented by council leaders and may hold networking opportunities, host social gatherings, community service projects, or share expertise at local venues.
OSCPA Service Opportunities
Chapters + Committees
Expand your professional circle by getting involved with your professional peers.
Get involved with a not-for-profit and leave your mark on your community.
Do you know someone (maybe yourself?) who exemplifies leadership?
Share your expertise
Speak at schools or community groups.. Or share your expertise by creating content for publication.