Regional Student Conferences

 
 
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED FOR ALL 2016 STUDENT CONFERENCES...
BUT NETWORKING, EDUCATION, AND OPPORTUNITY NEVER END!


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Click on your region for more information at the 2016 regional student conferences for your respective region..  

 
 

CENTRAL REGION
STUDENT CONFERENCE

(CRSC)



 
     
EASTERN REGION
STUDENT CONFERENCE

(ERSC)



 
Sept. 22-24, 2016
Hilton Milwaukee City Center
 
Sept. 29 – Oct. 1, 2016    
The Westin Convention Center

 
   

SOUTHERN REGION
STUDENT CONFERENCE

(SRSC)



 
 
WESTERN REGION
STUDENT CONFERENCE

(WRSC)



 
Oct. 6-8, 2016
Atlanta Sheraton Downtown
  Oct. 13-15, 2016
The Westin Houston, Memorial City

 

NABA's Regional Student Conferences are one of our largest and most diverse annual student programs. They bring together hundreds of professional and student members, academia’s, and corporate representatives in a venue focused on the unique needs of minority students pursuing an accounting or finance degree.

At the conferences, students can interview for internships and permanent positions, in addition to attending interactive sessions on topics such as: 
  • Interviewing skills
  • Dressing for success
  • Transitioning from college student to business professional
  • Communications skills


While the student conferences are primarily focused on career development and job placement, there are many opportunities for social networking as well.

 



Student Training Webinars

Prepare yourself for the Regional Student Conferences with a dynamic series of Student Training Webinars!  In partnership with PwC, NABA experts will discuss how to master four important topics to make your conference experience a success.  Each webinar is offered twice on the specified dates.  Mark your calendars, you do not want to miss these opportunities! 

Topics Include:

  • Preparing for NABA Regional Student Conferences
  • Navigating a Career Expo
  • How to Prepare for a Job Interview
  • Managing Multiple Job Offers