Accounting Program Helps Student Realize Childhood Dream

Jackson Sefrit has known he wanted to be an accountant since he was in seventh grade.

Although the long line of teachers and alumni in his family came to the University for its education program, Sefrit chose Truman in part because of how well the school prepares students for the CPA exam. He has passed one section of the test and will complete the others before starting the full-time job he already has lined up in St. Louis this fall.

During his time at Truman, Sefrit has worked as a student ambassador and a GTRA for the accounting program. Through his involvement with Beta Alpha Psi he helps members of the Truman and Kirksville community prepare their taxes as part of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.

Check out this installment of “The Spotlight Series” to hear more about Sefrit’s Truman experience.
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