CPA Ontario – Financial Literacy: Investing 101 with RBC | September 22

| September 9, 2021
Submitted by Simran Dhillon for CPD
This message does not apply to part-time students.

It’s never too early to start planning and investing in your future. Join CPA Ontario and RBC for this interactive financial planning and investing workshop and learn all about personal finance, how to invest and what you can do now as a student to be financially successful in the future. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to sharpen your financial literacy skills and set yourself up for success.

What you need to know:

  • Don’t have a CPA Ontario account?
    • Create your free account at
      • Be sure to follow “special character” instructions for password creation
    • A confirmation with your CPA Ontario ID number will be e-mailed to you
    • Click on the link to confirm your account creation
  • Only students who are registered in the Post-Secondary Ambassador Program (PSAP) program can access the event
    • Participation in the PSAP program is a $10 annual fee
    • PSAP is designed to help students meet employers and professionals, give them the skills that are in-demand, and provide industry insights and practice
    • To register for PSAP, visit the CPA Ontario website
  • If registered for this event, a platform link will be sent the morning before the event

Event Details:

Wednesday, September 22

Questions? Email Faith Pember at

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