*DO NOT wait until the last minute to upload your video to YouTube and to submit the Wufoo form. The form closes at 11:59PM ET and will not be reopened.
Best practices are activities created and completed by a chapter to further specific goals identified by the board of directors of Beta Alpha Psi and by Deloitte LLP (Deloitte). These activities exemplify the spirit and purpose of Beta Alpha Psi and, if applicable, allow other chapters to emulate those activities.
March 5th deadline submission (each region will have): 1st Place - $500, 2nd Place - $250 and 3rd Place - $125
Annual Meeting: 1st Place - $1,500, 2nd Place - $1,000 and 3rd Place - $500
All chapters are eligible to participate in Best Practices.
The following actions will result in disqualification:
Best Practices comprises a two or three-step competitive process:
Winners are determined by a group of judges made up of board and Professional Partners members. Judges act independently of any student, college/university, and chapter affiliation.
For more information, you may contact the Executive Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (919) 402-4044.
Your time in school is an opportunity to invest in yourself and your future by gaining technical and soft skills that you will use in your career. It is also a time where you have the opportunity to invest in a legacy that benefits others in your chapter, your school and your community. Beta Alpha Psi presents an excellent vehicle to prepare its members as well as serve the greater community.
Key points for all:
Beta Alpha Psi is an opportunity for you to gain work-ready skills that you do not acquire in the classroom. What programming has your chapter adopted that helps you gain these skills? Has your chapter made an effort to offer presentations and activities that go beyond obtaining an internship or job? Does your chapter have a program that adds to the value proposition for members beyond one year of membership?
As Beta Alpha Psi widens its involvement to all financial information professionals, what activities or programs has your chapter undertaken to meet this opportunity? How has it affected your chapter and its members? What barriers did you experience and how did you overcome them? Did the accounting majors benefit from the broader range of activities?
What service activities has your chapter undertaken to benefit your school or greater community? What makes them a signature activity for your chapter? What impact does the activity have on the greater community? How does it benefit your members as well as the greater community?
BAP provides a unique opportunity for students to connect with peers and a variety of employers, all while developing their business skillset. Through the vast networking and learning events, community service projects, leadership opportunities, presentations, and case competitions, BAP sets the bar at successfully preparing students for their transition into the workforce [and beyond].