OCOB OLYMPICS

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Who: 

Accounting, Finance, IS and IT students of all class levels are invited! In addition, our faculty is encouraged to attend. 

What:

OCOB Olympics is the Cal Poly Accounting Club’s networking and annual charity event that provides students and professionals the opportunity to socialize and play interactive games in a casual and fun environment. 

 

OCOBO is the largest CPAC philanthropy event of the year! All the proceeds from this event will go to San Luis Obispo’s regional foundation: Family Care Network. The Family Care Network creates family-based treatment programs as an alternative to group home or institutional care of children and youth through multiple programs designed to heal, empower and strengthen children, youth and families impacted by trauma, helping them reach their goals of self-sufficiency. Learn more about the Family Care Network on their website. 

Where:

O’Neill Green Lawn (by the Orfalea College of Business) 

When: 

Thursday, October 6th 

6:00 pm -8:00 pm OCOB Olympics 

Why: 

This is a great away to network with professional in a more casual and fun environment. Many of the professional and firm reps at OCOBO will also be at Fall Symposium the following day. Meeting in a more casual setting takes away some of the initial stress, allows you to have a prior shared experience, and enables a deeper connection. 

 

Registration: 

Firms: Firms that are interested in participating please reach out to the Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at communityanddiversity@polycpac.com.  

Students: This event is free to students, but make sure to register with the Eventbrite link above. 

Donations:

Students will have free admission, which means the funds raised for the Family Care Network will be based solely on firm participation and donations. We hope that you will join us on October, 6th on the lawn for networking, games, and philanthropic fun. If your firm is unable to attend the event, you can still support OCOBO’s 2022 mission by donating through the Eventbrite or by contacting the Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at communityanddiversity@polycpac.com

Attending Firms

Andersen Tax

Armanino

BDO 

BPM

CBIZ & Mayer, Hoffman, McCann P.C.

Deloitte

EisnerAmper

Ernst & Young

Frank, Rimerman & Co. 

Glenn Burdette

Grant Thornton 
HCVT

KPMG

Marcum LLP

Moss Adams 

PwC

RSM

Seiler 

Sensiba San Filippo

FAQ:

 

What is the dress code?

The event is held outside and we will be active, so a t-shirt, shorts, and running shoes are perfectly acceptable. This is a professional event so please keep that in mind while choosing your outfit.

 

What if I do not/can not participate in the games but still want to attend?

Everyone is welcome! Still register and feel free to make a comment explaining your situation so we can plan accordingly.

Do I need to bring my resume?

Resumes are not needed for this event as it is a casual networking setting, Have your resumes ready for Fall Symposium the next day! 

Meet the Committee

The 2022 OCOB Olympics were made possible by the students below.

 

 

 

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