Accounting Scholarships and Internships
Scholarships also are available from a number of other professional organizations. Professors announce details when they become available.
The Harold W. Green Scholarship is awarded annually to a senior accounting major. The late Professor Green was a beloved accounting professor at Wofford for more than 20 years. For information about this scholarship, contact Lilliam E. Gonzalez, associate professor of accounting, at email@example.com or 864-597-4515.
The South Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants (SCACPA) offers several scholarships to rising junior and senior accounting majors.
+ American Institute of CPAs (AICPA)
Carolinas Council Student Scholarship Program
The Carolinas Council, the first regional Council formed in the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA), awards one annual $1,000 scholarships to students enrolled in a four year or 2-year education program.
Any IMA student member who has not previously received a Carolinas Council IMA scholarship is encouraged to apply.
- Student must be an active IMA member. For details about joining IMA, go to the IMA Membership Page. https://www.imanet.org/students
- Student must be enrolled as a full-time student in either a four year or two-year education program in the Carolinas Council region.
- Student must have maintained a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a scale of 4.0.
- The strength of outside recommendations of the student’s technical knowledge, leadership skills and IMA participation will also be considered.
The deadline to submit scholarship applications is Feb-15th; winners will be announced on or before April 15th.
+ Carolinas Council Annual Scholarship Application
Internships are considered to be important for offering practical work experience and an introduction to the demands of the profession. The workplace can be a meaningful laboratory for exploring interests, ideas and issues of business ethics.
The practice of interning with businesses as a student can be an exciting and rewarding experience in the best of circumstances and a tedious, disappointing experience if not properly administered. Businesses that offer compensated internships tend to have greater expectations upon student performance and, as a result, offer more rewarding experiences, generally speaking, than those that expect gratis internships.
The Department of Accounting, Business and Finance does not measure internships in terms of their merit to the learning experience of students. The constraints of time and place prohibit this. The department neither endorses nor solicits specific internships. Rather, we serve as a conduit to match students with internship interests with businesses that have a desire to serve future professionals.
Accounting majors are encouraged to enroll in an accounting internship interim their junior or senior year. Although students must secure internships, consult with your academic advisor for ideas. Some Spartanburg firms routinely host Wofford accounting majors for interim.