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BAYUniversity of Washington – BothellBeta Alpha Psi

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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.

Currently

289 registered chapters.

Over 200,000 members, worldwide, have been initiated.

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Professional Activities

Career Development

Networking

Interviewing

Resume

Job Search Skills

Leadership/Professional Skills

Anybody that wants to be a leader will be a leader

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Professional Activities

Mock Interviews

Resume Workshops

Professional Speakers

Various Networking Events

CPA Exam Information

VITA Training

Annual Shareholder’s Meeting

Spring Banquet

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Professional Activities

Meet the Professionals

Network

with business professionals in a relaxed environment

International, national, regional and local CPA firms

Government and Industry organizations

October 1,

2010 6:30-9:30 pm

Location:

Crowne

Plaza Hotel

Attire:

Professional

Cost: $25

RSVP:

Libbe

Bear @ wwu.bap.rsvp@gmail.com by Friday September 24.

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SERVICE ACTIVITIES

PURPOSE:

to encourage a sense of ethical, social and public responsibilities in students through participation in campus and community service activities

DIRECT SERVICE

INDIRECT SERVICE

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SERVICE ACTIVITIES

Examples:

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)

Winter/Spring activity

Tutoring Sessions – group, email or one-on - one

All year long

Food and Clothing drives

Proposed Autumn quarter

activity

Adopt-A-Site

Fund raising projects for charity

Junior Achievements

Providing

financial consultation to campus/off-campus organizations

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COMPETITIONS

Medal of inspiration

**Sponsored by the AICPA

**

Gold Chapter Challenge

**Sponsored by KPMG

**

ERNST & YOUNG Diversity Award **

Sponsored by ERNST & YOUNG

**

VITA **

Sponsored by BAP and the Internal Revenue Service

**

Project Run With It **

Sponsored by MOSS ADAMS LLP

**

BEST

PRACTICES **

Sponsored by DELOITTE

**

Environmental Sustainability & Social Responsibility

Helping Others Understand Financial Information Professions

Innovate: The Accountants Role in a Changing Business Environment

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UW BAY

Main campus chapter was 4

th

(Delta) established chapter, and has around 150 members.

UW – Bothell’s chapter is starting its 2

nd

year and had 50 members in its first year.

A

superior

BAY

chapter reflects on the business program and the graduates from that school.

All accounting firms know about and are involved with BAP.

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ACHIVEMENTS

High School Symposium

VITA

Community Service Day

Best Practice – Chapter Sustainability 3

rd

Place

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Membership Requirements

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).

$

55

national registration fee and $5 quarterly chapter dues.

Hourly requirements:

Minimum of 32 hours between Professional and Service activities.

At least 12 hours of each.

A BAP hour is 50 minutes.

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Involvement

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.

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Autumn Quarter

Meetings are typically bi-weekly on Wednesday from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.

Executive committee meets every week.

http://uwbbap.org/?page_id=17

http://www.bap.org/

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