CalCPA Orange County/Long Beach Collegiate Scholarship

$750

April 01, 2018

Awards Available: 2

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Orange County Chapter of the California Society of CPAs is proud to announce its Scholarship Award Program, offering three programs to transfer students, current undergraduates, and graduate students. Scholarships will be awarded to students with interest in pursuing professional careers in the accounting field. The Collegiate Scholarship is for business students looking to transfer to a university by the end of the current year.

    Eligibility:
    -Business students emphasizing accounting
    -Excellent communication skills
    -Interest in pursuing a career in accounting in our region
    -Leadership ability
    -Grade point average of 3.0 or higher
    -U.S. citizen or legal resident
    -Be a candidate member of CalCPA (membership is free)

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Program Associate
  • heidi.larkin-reed@calcpa.org
  • 714-485-4561

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2/1/2016 5:31:29 AM

I am in my final year and have financial problems and need help

12/29/2015 4:25:49 PM

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12/3/2015 8:00:39 PM

Hello, My name is Kayla Geeting. I am applying for this scholarship to help me further my education in medical school. My father is unable to work and times have been hard, I want to further my education to help him in anyway possible. Please help me to help my father. I will be grateful to have the help that I need to get through school. Thank you -Kayla G.

11/20/2015 7:32:11 AM

Am happy to resive this

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