Student Organizations – Accountancy
The Department of Accountancy houses two student organizations. Within each Accountancy student organization you’ll find active members as well as engaging activities. Beta Alpha Psi and the CFE club both provide opportunities to network with local professionals. By participating in these clubs you will develop professional skills that can set you apart in a competitive industry. Visit each student organization’s webpage in order to learn more about membership requirements.
Beta Alpha Psi – Zeta Psi Chapter
Beta Alpha Psi is a national scholastic organization that promotes professional excellence in the field of accounting. Beta Alpha Psi engages in a series of professional meetings and community service projects throughout each semester. In the fall, Beta Alpha Psi members typically visit accounting firms in the Boise area. In addition, “Meet the Firms Night” allows members the chance to speak with firm representatives on a one-on-one basis. In the spring, Beta Alpha Psi focuses on specific topic areas such as networking or industry and governmental accounting. At the weekly meetings you will learn from special guest speakers and panel discussions. Learn more about Beta Alpha Psi
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
If you are interested in a career in forensic accounting or in learning about fraud, or simply in knowing how best to protect yourself, give the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners a try. The ACFE (also known as the CFE club) is dedicated to providing the best resources to help students and professionals to learn to deal with fraud. Many accountants and business professionals deal with fraud every day and in our society. Because of this, it is becoming more and more necessary to know what to do and who to call when fraud happens. Learn more about the CFE club
Build your resume
Involvement in student organizations like Beta Alpha Psi and the CFE club boosts your resume. Become more marketable by taking the time to learn about the accounting profession. Joining these student organizations gives you the chance to learn what local employers are looking for in new hires. Most importantly, you’ll pick up valuable insights into how to make the most of your career. Can you afford to pass up these great opportunities?