We have over 300 chapters in the US and service many communities. In an effort to expand our representation in these communities, the AICPA Foundation has approved BAP for a grant to help us to broaden our membership inclusion of underrepresented minority students and also offer these students the opportunity to engage and network with other BAP students at our 2022 Annual Meeting in Las Vegas, NV.
For the 2022-2023 year, BAP is pleased to announce funding (as available) that will help reduce one of the potential barriers to membership (the one time $75 membership fee requirement) for students who meet the criteria below.
The Faculty Advisor or Co-Advisor will identify and nominate eligible students from their chapter to receive the grants (up to 10 students per chapter).
If the student does not meet the above membership requirements, they will not be considered for this membership grant.
The Executive Office is still accepting applications. (Once we have reached the limit of 200 scholarships, the link to the online form will be closed.)
It is intended that any qualified student will complete the nomination form here. The form cannot be saved and must be completed in its entirety. Any form that is incomplete will not be considered for the award.
Additionally, as part of the overall grant, BAP offers an opportunity for chapters to apply for funding (as available).
Chapters who are faced with member recruitment and chapter engagement challenges of underrepresented groups where the funding, if selected, will help promote the Beta Alpha Psi value proposition, collaboration with stakeholder organizations, the chapter’s activities, etc. should apply.
We encourage chapters who are nominating students for the scholarship to consider the following ways to keep student(s) engaged with the chapter:
In addition to supporting students with a scholarship for the one time lifetime membership, BAP and the AICPA Foundation felt it important to also allow these students the opportunity to fully engage as a member of BAP. As such, the grant includes funds to support sending eligible BAP members/candidates to its annual meeting.
To be eligible for the travel stipend, the student must be a recipient of the membership grant.
The deadline to apply for the travel stipends TBD.
For more information please contact the Beta Alpha Psi Executive Office at email@example.com.
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