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2014 ACAP Summer Residency Program Application

NABA Phoenix

Sunday, June 22, 2014 at 1:00 PM - Thursday, June 26, 2014 at 4:00 PM (MST)

2014 ACAP Summer Residency Program Application

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Type End Quantity
High School Student Application   more info Ended Free  
Sponsorship Available   more info Ended Free  

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Accounting Career Awareness Program (ACAP)

A Summer Residency Program hosted at Arizona State University

June 22 - June 26, 2014


The National Association of Black Accountants – Phoenix Chapter is hosting its 7th annual Phoenix Accounting Career Awareness Program (“ACAP”) for high school students interested in a field in accounting or business related fields.This FREE program provides an environment that fosters and inspires the growth of young minority students into professionals within the accounting and business related fields. Activities of the ACAP program include group projects, networking, presentations and team work.The final deadline for applying for attendance is May 9, 2014; however, early application is encouraged. 


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Step 1: Create an account on this website by completing the Registration Information Section

Step 2: Prepare all sections in the Application Link (available below)

  • Deadline May 9, 2014 to submit Student application click here

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Step 3: Obtain a copy of your high school transcript. Some schools will allow students to request via the school online tool or you may request it the school's administration office. It can be unofficial or official. The transcript must include your name, the school's name, cumulative GPA, list of classes and grades.

Step 4: Obtain two (2) recommendations from individuals who are able to speak with certainty about your achievements and potential. The recommendations can be mailed or emailed.  

Step 5: Once application package is complete and student selection is completed, you will receive a notification for an interview and orientation date.





Level  I


Level II


Level III


Invitation for representatives to attend the ACAP Closing Banquet




Invitation for representatives to participate in the ACAP Executive Roundtable




Company’s logo on ACAP T-shirts and ACAP materials




Advertisement in the ACAP Handbook




Session speaker from your corporation/firm




Company Logo on certain ACAP materials




Other Levels* (see below)








§  Sponsor ACAP Opening Reception

§  Sponsor Transportation Costs for Corporate Tour

§  Sponsor Printing of ACAP T-Shirts

§  Sponsor Production of ACAP Backpack

§  Sponsor Dormitory Expenses for Students and/or Counselors

§  Sponsor and/or Host Student Social Event

§  Donation of Business Books to Student Participants

§  Donation of Snacks for Students’ Dorm Rooms

§  Sponsor the ACAP Closing Banquet

§  Provide a scholarship amount for a student based on your requirements

For more information on sponsoring our 2014 initiatives, you may contact Alethea Session, Executive Director - Student Affairs at alethea.session@nabaphoenix.org or 602.573.4006.

The Phoenix Metropolitan Chapter of the National Association of Black Accountants, Inc. (NABA) has hosted its Annual Accounting Career Awareness Program (ACAP) in June during the last five years at Arizona State University. The ACAP program is currently operating in 19 major cities across the United States. 


National Association of Black Accountants - Phoenix Chapter | www.nabaphoenix.org | www.nabainc.org 

Contact: Alethea Session, Executive Direct, Student Affairs| alethea.session@nabaphoenix.org| 602.573.4006 

Have questions about 2014 ACAP Summer Residency Program Application? Contact NABA Phoenix

When & Where

Arizona State University - West Campus
4701 W Thunderbird Rd
Glendale, AZ 85306

Sunday, June 22, 2014 at 1:00 PM - Thursday, June 26, 2014 at 4:00 PM (MST)

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NABA’s Mission and Goals

NABA’s mission is to address the professional needs of its members and to build leaders that shape the

future of the accounting and finance professions, with an unfaltering commitment to inspire the same in their successors.


NABA’s Goals and Objectives are to:

·        Promote and develop the professional skills of its members;

·        Encourage and assist African-American students in entering the accounting profession;

·        Provide opportunities for members to fulfill their civic responsibilities;

·        Promote public confidence in its members and the services they provide;

·        Encourage cordial relations among members and cooperative relationships with other professionals;

·        Represent the interests of current and prospective African-American accounting and business professionals;

·        Ensure long-term financial stability and provide adequate resources to implement chapter, regional, and national programs; and

·        Ensure that chapters operate at an effective level.

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