Central Washington University’s Beta Alpha Psi club earned third place in its premier appearance at the “Best Practices - Inspiration” competition at the Northwest Regional Conference in Spokane on April 13th.
Eleven club members collaborated to create a project to inform, inspire and recruit high school students for future careers in Accounting. More than a hundred hours of collective effort have gone into the educational project, with presentations and activities conducted at several area high schools. Students were introduced to accounting as a highly useful skill set in the business world, with expansive career path opportunities, interesting subject matter and job stability.
Join us in congratulating the Beta Alpha Psi club and club faculty advisor, Margaret Smith, for a job well done!
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