Auditor General DeFoor Visits Lincoln University to Urge Students to Be Smart with Money, Highlight Career Opportunities

Auditor General Timothy L. DeFoorAuditor General Timothy L. DeFoor (Credit: Commonwealth Media Services)

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA — On Thursday, Auditor General Timothy L. DeFoor met with students from Lincoln University in Chester County to discuss ways they can help their communities become financially literate, as well as future career opportunities within the Department of Auditor General.

“Understanding how your money is being spent is one of the most important lessons a person can learn in order to set themselves up for future financial success,” DeFoor said. “It’s also important for young adults to be concerned about holding government accountable for how it spends our tax dollars – which is exactly what my department does.”

Auditor General DeFoor plans to visit other colleges and universities across Pennsylvania as part of a larger initiative to promote financial literacy. In addition to emphasizing the importance of financial literacy, the Auditor General is making students aware of future career opportunities at his department and highlighting the benefits of working in the public sector.

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“Today’s college students are the auditors of the future, and by working together we can create a more financially secure and successful commonwealth,” he added. “We want individuals who have a passion for accounting and public service to join our team.”

Auditor General DeFoor said that because a significant number of his current employees will be eligible for retirement within the next few years, recruiting qualified job candidates is among the top priorities for the transformation initiative he recently launched to better serve taxpayers.

When new positions are available, they are posted on the Auditor General’s website at

Learn more about the Department of the Auditor General online at

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