Accounting Career Awareness Program (ACAP) - Apply Now!

The National Association of Black Accountants, Inc. – Atlanta Chapter (NABA) is hosting the Accounting Career Awareness program (ACAP) in June 2016.  For the students selected to attend ACAP, there is no cost to participate in the program due to generous support provided by Emory University Goizueta Business School and NABA corporate partners. 

Applicants must: 

  1.  be an ethnic minority high school student with an interest in accounting, finance, or business,
  2. be a current sophomore, junior, or senior enrolled in a public or private high school in the metro Atlanta area; and
  3. have a minimum grade point average of 3.0.

Click here for additional details and to apply online.  Applications must be completed and received by April 8, 2017.   Click here for a paper version of the application. 

To inquire about sponsoring ACAP, to ask questions about the application, or to volunteer with the ACAP committee, please contact ACAP Directors Bonnie Collins and Ben Shaw at acap@nabaatl.org

 


2015 Recap

Dear ACAP,

I took part in NABA's recent ACAP summer program. My main reason for writing to you all is to thank you for the wonderful and very educational opportunity that I was allowed by attending. Your program has truly opened my eyes to another career field that I would have otherwise overlooked. You've also allowed me to network with people much like me and also ones within the field. I am very grateful for the chance to be a part of this program so I would like to thank you!

With much Gratitude,
2015 ACAP Attendee