The Ethics Award seeks to encourage the members of Beta Alpha Psi and their communities to develop a solid ethical foundation and to empower them to act on these principles no matter the situation faced. Grant Thornton is proud to sponsor the Beta Alpha Psi Ethics award with up to $20,000 awarded annually.
Semi-finals: Up to 10 chapters will be granted $1,000 to move forward with their project.
Finals: Up to four chapters will be awarded $2,500 each.
All chapters are eligible to submit the initial abstract.
Part I – An abstract must be submitted using the online abstract form.
Part II – If selected to move forward with their project, the chapter must submit a written summary describing outcomes and overall assessment of the project.
A maximum of four chapters will receive the final award.
Winners are determined by the review committee at Grant Thornton.
For more information please contact the Executive Office at email@example.com.
Please review the competition overview document for more information about this award.
The CAIA Association is committed to providing alternative investment educational opportunities to the next generation of financial service and business professionals. Beta Alpha Psi members are top of class students who understand the importance of ongoing professional development. The partnership between CAIA and Beta Alpha Psi is a natural fit.