Indiana CPA Society education Foundation Scholarship

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April 24, 2018

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Indiana CPA Society provides financial assistance to encourage accounting careers and promote financial activities for Indiana students. One such effort is the awarding of $50,000 in scholarships since 2002 to 57 students at independent campuses across the state through the Indiana CPA Educational Foundation.

    Eligibility requirements:
    -The student must be a resident of Indiana
    -Attending an ICI member institution or Ball State University
    -Pursuing accounting studies and classes that will lead to a major in accounting or its equivalent, with a career interest in the accounting and finance field
    -Be a member of the Indiana CPA Society (student membership is free)
    -The student must be in good standing at his/her college/university and be entering their junior year of college after having completed four semesters of course work by the end of the current semester

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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