About the Scholarship
The NHSCPA Scholarship Program is organized by the New Hampshire Society of Certified Public Accountants (NHSCPA), an institution run by a group of well educated, qualified and certified Public Accountants.
The NHSCPA Scholarship program is an essay-writing contest, on the basis of the educational qualifications and achievements of the applicant.
The result of the NHSCPA Scholarship Program will be declared at the end of December.
What is the application procedure?
In order to apply for the NHSCPA Scholarship Program, the applicants need to mail the following documents:
A candidate must send their completed copy of the application. Online applications can be found on the official website of the NHSCPA.
A typewritten essay on their own career goals in about 350 words.
Official Transcripts from all colleges and universities attended must be submitted to demonstrate a student's excellence in academics.
A copy of recommendation or appraisal letter from a qualified person-in-charge of the applicant's accounting or business program.
The NHSCPA Scholarship Program provides scholarship money to all the eligible applicants amounting to $1000 every year.
The number of awards varies annually based on the total number of applications received.
To apply for the NHSCPA Scholarship Program, an applicant needs to get the required documents mailed and postmarked before the deadline date of 1 December, directly to the provided address to avoid their application being getting rejected.
The eligibility criteria to apply for the NHSCPA Scholarship Program are:
The applicant must be a resident of New Hampshire and hold citizenship in the United States.
The applicant must be an accounting or business major entering his/her senior year at an accredited four-year college or university, a graduate student pursuing a master's degree in accounting or business in an accredited program, or be seeking the additional 30 hours of education to become eligible for a CPA license in New Hampshire.
The applicant must have a minimum of 90 credit hours or have senior-standing, and have taken at least three upper-level accounting courses which would exclude introductory financial and managerial classes or the first six credits in accounting courses, or be a graduate student, or receiving additional education.
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