As a CPA Review provider, one of the things that Roger CPA Review values above all else–especially during the holiday season–is the gift of education. Being an eLearning company in the accounting education space, we partner with many universities, firms, and candidates from all walks of life to help them further their career success by obtaining their CPA license. Therefore, we not only view education as a vital component to a person’s professional and personal growth; but admire organizations that are making education a right rather than a privilege for everyone.
How we can help
This holiday season, Roger CPA Review is proud to partner with College Track, an organization that recruits students from underserved communities and works continuously with them from the summer before ninth grade through college graduation. Beginning Monday, December 26th until Friday, December 30th, a portion of all our Premier Course Package sales, our top selling Course Package, will be donated to College Track.
We’re proud to support families and young individuals from low income communities achieve success by having the opportunity to pursue a college degree. In purchasing our Premier Course Package, you won’t only get ahead in your career, but also partake in a noble mission. We look forward to partnering with you in your CPA studies and making a positive impact together.
About the organization
College Track is a college completion program that increases high school graduation rates, college eligibility and acceptance, and college graduation rates among low-income, first-generation college students. A comprehensive 10-year program, College Track provides academic support, leadership training, financial and college advising, and scholarships, empowering students with the skills and resources they need to succeed in college and beyond.
From an original cohort of 27 students at a single site in East Palo Alto, College Track has since expanded to support students in Oakland and San Francisco, serving more than 1,400 high school and college students in the Bay Area alone. Nationally, College Track serves 2,500 students in nine underserved communities in California, Colorado, and Louisiana.