You won't want to miss this unique opportunity to meet with more than 30 local employers in one setting at our third annual Career Fair, featuring CPA firms to government agencies to nonprofits.
The Scholarship Fund of the Greater Washington Society of CPAs was established in 1963. Since it's inception, the fund has awarded more than $300,000 to accounting students attending institutions of higher education located in Washington, DC.
Students attending the universities listed below on a full time basis and meet all other criteria are eligible to apply for an award from the GWSCPA Scholarship Fund. These schools offer either a BS or BA degree in accounting or have graduate level programs that qualify for the 150 (semester) hour requirement for graduates to sit for the Uniform CPA Examination.
Schools involved with GWSCPA’ Scholarship Fund:
For 2013-2014, the GWSCPA Scholarship Fund will award four awards ranging from $3000-$4000 each. This includes two special named awards-the past President's Award and the Sue Marcum Memorial Award. Washington, DC college students who meet the application criteria are invited to apply for a scholarship award from the GWSCPA Scholarship Fund. Students must be attending a university located in the District of Columbia, meet the application criteria, and submit a completed package by application deadline. The deadline for all applications for the year is March 3, 2014.
*DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER THE DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO MARCH 14, 2014!*
The application document is available here: 2014 Scholarship Application
Please complete this application – all required fields must be completed in order to be considered. Attach your resume, transcript, recommendation letter and, if applicable, proof of registration for the upcoming semester. Based on your application package, you may be invited for an interview as part of the application process.
Return Completed Forms to:
1111 19th St, NW, Suite 1200
Washington, DC 20036
Questions? Contact us at 202-464-6001 or email@example.com
Adriene Davis--Howard University 2013
Oluwaseun Ogunbamise--George Washington University 2013
Equilla Clark--Howard University 2013
Lorraine Pascual--American University 2013
Joseph Burns-- Howard University 2012
Yuliya Gekhman --American University 2012
Mark Dissen-- George Washington University 2012
Anna Merkoulova-- American University 2012
Christine Curley-- Georgetown University 2011
Matthew Casey-- George Washington University 2011
Nadia Farooqi-- George Washington University 2011
Jeffrey Goldfond-- George Washington University 2011
Rachel Bryan-- George Washington University 2010
Chris Kearney-- Gallaudet University 2010
Emily Stovicek-- American University 2010
India Clark-- Howard University 2009
Yuriy Kushnir --American University 2009
Kendra Oates-- Howard University 2008
Elizabeth Hershman --American University 2008
Wesley Bullock-- Howard University 2007
Siobhan Gillan-- American University 2007
Peter Drummond --American University 2006
Ashley Kurtz-- George Washington University 2005
Andrea Smith-- Howard University 2005
The “Take a Closer Look at CPAs” series highlights the wide range of opportunities that a CPA career can provide. GWSCPA hosts these regular forums for college students in DC to give you a chance to hear from CPAs in different areas of practice.
Recent briefings included:
Student Membership is open to any full time student pursuing a degree in accounting or another financial services area who would like to benefit from the networking and educational opportunities afforded by the Society. Student Membership is only $15/year and is often waived if you join at an event.
The GWSCPA will also work with the community to fill requests from schools, colleges, and community organizations seeking CPA volunteers to address classes, assemblies, meetings, or special events.
The GWSCPA publishes a quarterly newsletter for area accounting professors and teachers who are looking for resources for their students as well as updates that affect academics in the profession. To sign up for this electronic newsletter or for any questions about Academic Membership, contact Brian Calvary at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-464-6002