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Accounting Career Awareness Program (ACAP) Students/Parents Orientation May 24, 2014. Agenda Opening Remarks Submission of Forms, etc. Dallas ACAP Overview ACAP Selections Process Expectations of Students ACAP Curriculum ACAP Administrators & Counselors ACAP Students
May 24, 2014
Resources (before, during, and after ACAP Week)
Dallas ACAP Success Stories
ACAP is a career development program designed by NABA for minority high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
During a week-long residency camp, a select group of students explore careers in accounting and business. ACAP steers students toward these vocations and guides them through career decisions.
The program is fully supervised, all-expenses paid (no cost to selected students),supported by donations from leading business professionals and grants from a number of NABA corporate partners.
Students selected for ACAP receive free tuition, room and board, books, materials, tours, and mentoring. Candidates must complete an application, obtain personal references, and write an essay. Students will also compete for scholarships.
For additional information on ACAP, go to the following website: www.nabadfw.org for ACAP application , scholarship application, etc. The ACAP address: Dallas ACAP, P.O. Box 88, Frisco, TX 75034. The ACAP Director is Maria Bean, CPA. You many contact her at email@example.com or at 214-529-1834. The Executive Director is Odell Brown, CIA, CPA, PHR. You may contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 214-212-9374.
*Program or activity sponsored by the National Association of Black Accountants, Inc. (NABA). For additional information on NABA, go to the following websites: www.nabainc.org (National); www.nabadfw.org (DFW Chapter of NABA). You may also contact ACAP at Dallas ACAP, P.O. Box 88, Frisco, TX 75034.
Step 2: Applications and other paperwork are reviewed for completeness, accuracy, etc. Students are notified of incomplete paperwork; follow up is done.
Step 1: Students submit application, essay, reference letters and transcript as by deadline date as directed.
Step 3: Students who meet established criteria and completed paperwork are scheduled for interviews. Students are notified of status by phone.
Step 7: Students participate in ACAP Week.
Step 4: Students are interviewed; parents are briefed of interviewing process. Optional interview dates are communicated and confirmed.
Students Selected & Notified
Step 5: Students are selected and notified of their acceptance or rejection.
Step 6: Students and parents are invited to the Students/Parents Orientation.
Create a Business Plan
Create a Marketing Strategy
Prepare Financial Statements
Maria Bean, CPA
Returning ACAP Director
Returning Executive Director
(Average GPA: 3.31)
Accounting Career Awareness ProgramPost Office Box 88 Frisco, TX 75034www.dallasacap.com