Epsilon Omicron

Auburn University

Chapter #130, Est. 1978

http://harbert.auburn.edu/bap/

"I see BAP doubling in size in the next 100 years! BAP already gives us so many opportunities to network with amazing firms and make connections with our peers. The more we talk about our experience, the more this organization can grow!"

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"I never knew how great BAP would be until I became a candidate. The community is unbelievable. You meet incredibly supportive people and you get great exposure to the world of accounting. BAP is truly the best!"

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"BAP has given me confidence when talking to employers. After each meeting, I gain so much more knowledge about the accounting world and what future employers are looking for. BAP has also connected me with my fellow classmates and I have made some of my best friends! I have loved my experience in BAP!"

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"BAP has impacted my time in school in so many ways. It has provided me with a group of like minded accounting students that have become some of my best friends. Together we have been given the opportunity to explore important topics in the accounting industry through networking with professionals and experts from every different type of firm. These interactions through BAP will better prepare us for our career in accounting and provide us with life long friends."

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"When I was initiated into BAP in 2003, I never imagined the opportunities my membership would provide throughout my career. I attended meetings/service events/networked for my internship, and gained lifelong friends and colleagues in the process. However, the benefits did not stop with my graduation. I now serve as the Epsilon Omicron faculty advisor, and am so passionate about continuing to grow and develop this chapter (40 years and counting on AU’s campus). BAP continues to be a huge part of my life, and not surprisingly, is a source of great networking and relationships well beyond my internship-seeking days. I value this organization and the opportunities that it provides to students and professionals alike!"