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ACAP 2020 Virtual Summer Program Application


Thank you for your interest in the NABA ACAP Virtual Summer Program. 

When you continue to the next page, you will see an option in the upper righthand corner to "Save and continue later." This will allow you to complete the application in stages, should you need to pause to collect additional information. We look forward to receiving your completed submission by July 6, 2020 and wish you the best of luck through this process.

The Accounting Career Awareness Program (ACAP®) is an innovative career development program designed specifically for minority high school students. Its primary objective is to increase the number of high school students from under-represented ethnic groups to attend college and major in accounting. During summer camp program, students have the opportunity to explore opportunities and challenges in accounting, finance, and business via a rigorous case study project, which includes college-level content and valuable networking opportunities.  ACAP® introduces minority high school students to accounting, finance, economics, technology, and management while providing the foundation of financial literacy and the development of interpersonal skills.

Prominent business leaders share their knowledge, skills, and tips for success as they share educational opportunities. Students experience accounting first-hand through tours of local certified public accounting firms and companies in the private sector. The program concludes with a recognition luncheon where students share their case study outcome to their parents, speakers, and corporate partners.  

ACAP® is a unique pipeline from high school to college that allows students to become prepared and informed about the expectations of college life. The program is fully supervised and all-expenses-paid. Students selected will receive free tuition, room and board, books, materials, tools, and mentoring opportunities. 

ACAP has served as a turning point in the academic lives of thousands of high school students, motivating them to pursue a higher education while influencing them to major in accounting, finance, and business concentrations.