Getting an internship can be difficult enough, but landing an internship at one of the leading firms in the finance industry—a member of the acclaimed “Big Four”—can be even harder. Desrae Johnson, an Accounting undergraduate, managed to do just that, securing a competitive position with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).
Johnson’s journey toward finding the perfect internship opportunity was well planned from the start. Read more
According to a 2013 Quinnipiac survey, approximately two-thirds of Americans find the federal income tax system to be too complicated, and therefore resort to outsourcing the work of filing to a third party. More often than not, those who choose this option pay hefty fees for the convenience of having their taxes prepared for them. Thanks to Beta Alpha Psi’s (BAP) new tax assistance program, however, come tax day, you won’t have to pay a dime. Read more
It’s not every day that a wide variety of top accounting firms travel to a college campus with the goal of recruiting students for employment opportunities. But at the CU Denver Business School Beta Alpha Psi’s (BAP) recent Meet & Greet, that’s exactly what happened. As a precursor to BAP’s more formal fall career fair, the Meet & Greet serves as a great opportunity for students to brush up on their networking skills and begin building relationships with alumni and future employers. Read more
Amanda Pajonk has taken full advantage of the opportunities her CU Denver Business School scholarships have afforded her. Amanda, who is a senior majoring in Accounting with a minor in Economics, is heavily involved with her Business School program while working full time at a real estate development company. She is an active member of Beta Alpha Psi and was a speaker at the 2015 Annual Business School Scholarship Luncheon. Read more
On September 11th the Beta Alpha Psi-Theta Sigma Chapter and the CU Denver Portfolio Management Group hosted Meet The Firms to connect students with potential employers.
The purpose of the event was to connect accounting, finance, and information system students with recruiters and professionals in the industry. It was well attended and great opportunity for students looking for jobs in those fields. Read more
University of Colorado Denver Business School’s Beta Alpha Psi (BAP), the honor society for accounting and financial information students, held a “Meet the Firms” with these organizations at the Tivoli Turnhalle September 19. This year was the greatest number of firms and the largest turnout of attending students and alumni. Fifteen of the top 20 accounting firms in Denver chose to find their talent at the CU Denver Business School. Read more