Crowe inspires high school students to see themselves as future auditors.

Crowe Recruiting
| 11/20/2018
Crowe Audit Partner Dickie Heathcott (Dallas) and P2A students

In November, Crowe hosted about 75 high school students in our offices as part of the Center for Audit Quality’s (CAQ) Passport2Audit (P2A) program. P2A targets students from communities historically underrepresented in the auditing profession, with the goal of showing them their career potential. As one of the firms represented on the CAQ governing board, Crowe piloted the P2A program last year in our Miami office. This year, we expanded it to four offices -- Dallas, Miami, New York and Washington D.C. Crowe personnel coordinated Q&A panel discussions, team-building activities and office tours for the students to help give them a glimpse into the life of auditors. “Our commitment to inspiring these students to not only go to college but also to hopefully see a future career for themselves in our profession is a clear reflection of our values,” shared Chief People Officer Julie Wood (Oak Brook). “In each location, the local Crowe individuals have an interest in staying connected to the high schools we worked with as part of their community outreach efforts. Their passion to jump in and step up to make a difference is incredible.”