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Planning Timeline for Summer Accounting Program
Fall January February Early
April
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April
Early
May
Late
May
Summer Post-
Program
Research other summer programs Discuss the program agenda Implement marketing plan with mailings to high school personnel Deadline for student applications Determine students accepted to program Notify accepted students Deadline to confirm attendance in program Program held Send press releases to hometown newspapers with picture of student
Determine academic partner Plan marketing efforts and budget Implement marketing plan to state CPAs Finalize program agenda          
Appoint Steering Committee members and director   Begin campaign to solicit sponsors (chapters and firms)            
Determine program dates and location                

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