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|NABA National Scholarship Program
The 2018 National Scholarship Program application period opened November 27, 2017. Scholarship applications are being accepted from November 27, 2017 thru
January 31, 2018. LEARN MORE
Student to Student Networking
NABA student members include college and graduate school students in more than 150 chapters (professional and student) across the country. As much as a person has friends on campus it is great to have a group of peers in the same major or related field as you. You share experiences such as finding jobs, passing classes, taking school or professional exams, and developing friends and contacts that can help you get through the transition from college to professional life. As a NABA student member you also have the opportunity to attend the annual NABA Regional Student Conferences where you will be able to network with your peers but also with professionals and leading companies in the accounting and finance fields.
Professional & Student Member Network
NABA’s professional/student network is large and diverse. There are over 150 student/professional chapters across the country. NABA membership creates an automatic bond between you and other members at your school, at other schools, and in other cities across the country. The bond extends to professional members across the country who consider you a member of the organization and are happy to work with you to build your future, whatever your personal or professional goals. NABA chapters hosts a variety of events throughout the year and the culmination of NABA events is the annual NABA National Convention.
Regional Student Conferences
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
Accounting Career Awareness Program (ACAP)
2017 NABA National Scholarship Recipients