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BAYUniversity of Washington – BothellBeta Alpha PsiSlide2
What BAY is
Began in 1919 at the University of Illinois as an accounting honors society. Has expanded to include finance and I/S students as well as being internationally recognized.
289 registered chapters.
Over 200,000 members, worldwide, have been initiated.Slide3
Job Search Skills
Anybody that wants to be a leader will be a leaderSlide4
Various Networking Events
CPA Exam Information
Annual Shareholder’s Meeting
Meet the Professionals
with business professionals in a relaxed environment
International, national, regional and local CPA firms
Government and Industry organizations
2010 6:30-9:30 pm
Bear @ email@example.com by Friday September 24.Slide6
to encourage a sense of ethical, social and public responsibilities in students through participation in campus and community service activities
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
Tutoring Sessions – group, email or one-on - one
All year long
Food and Clothing drives
Proposed Autumn quarter
Fund raising projects for charity
financial consultation to campus/off-campus organizationsSlide8
Medal of inspiration
**Sponsored by the AICPA
Gold Chapter Challenge
**Sponsored by KPMG
ERNST & YOUNG Diversity Award **
Sponsored by ERNST & YOUNG
Sponsored by BAP and the Internal Revenue Service
Project Run With It **
Sponsored by MOSS ADAMS LLP
Sponsored by DELOITTE
Environmental Sustainability & Social Responsibility
Helping Others Understand Financial Information Professions
Innovate: The Accountants Role in a Changing Business EnvironmentSlide9
Main campus chapter was 4
(Delta) established chapter, and has around 150 members.
UW – Bothell’s chapter is starting its 2
year and had 50 members in its first year.
chapter reflects on the business program and the graduates from that school.
All accounting firms know about and are involved with BAP.Slide10
High School Symposium
Community Service Day
Best Practice – Chapter Sustainability 3
3.0 in area of concentration and either:
Cumulative GPA 3.0
Achieved rank in the top 35% of your class
Attained a 3.25 cumulative GPA on the most recently completed 30 semester hours (50 quarter hours).
national registration fee and $5 quarterly chapter dues.
Minimum of 32 hours between Professional and Service activities.
At least 12 hours of each.
A BAP hour is 50 minutes.Slide12
To qualify as a BAP event, 25% of the chapter members must participate.
We would like to have events with 100% participation
Events that have less than 25% involvement count as a BAP activity
A maximum of 5 hours per year of Non-BAP (not a BAP event or activity) Professional and 5 hours per year of Non-BAP Service hours are allowed to be reported.Slide13
Meetings are typically bi-weekly on Wednesday from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.
Executive committee meets every week.