In four intense days, thanks to the Karen Marquez Institute (formerly the Hispanic College Fund), Daniel Zamora, an accounting major in the College of Business Administration at Florida International University (FIU) and 34 other college students from across the country, gathered in Washington, DC where they advanced along their career path. Members of this elite […]
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Junior accounting major wins “National Student of the Year” award from ALPFA.
For the third time, the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA) has named a Florida International University (FIU) student “National Student of the Year.” Daniel Zamora, a junior majoring in accounting, joins Krystel Ramos (MACC ’08, BACC ’07) and Zameer Upadhya (BACC ’02) as the winner of the highest student award given […]
Accounting students gain valuable experience at national workshop . . . for free.
Where can a group of talented accounting students from all over the country meet for sessions on networking, mentoring and techniques to prepare for and pass the CPA exam plus conduct self-assessments to determine their personality and working style? At the Accounting Scholars Leadership Workshop, held in Peachtree City, Georgia from May 28-30, 2009-part of […]
Student Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting's (ALPFA) chapter continues to excel.
Student Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting’s (ALPFA) chapter continues to excel. Featuring Katherine Leal, Accounting Analyst, Magna Consult, Student Chapter President ALPFA Miami. [flv:http://business.fiu.edu/newsletters/BizBuzz/v05n05/katherine2.flv 500 334]
“A Night in Paradise” marks the end of ordinary fundraisers.
After four short months on the Business Alumni Chapter Board, a small group of dedicated volunteers envisioned a creative charity event—one that would create funds for the college’s Business Alumni Scholarship Fund as well as contribute a gift to CHARLEE, a non-profit organization that helps abused and neglected children. The board’s mission was to develop […]
College of Business Administration distinguishes itself at ALPFA convention…again.
Twenty-two students funded by the College of Business Administration were among the approximately 2,000 attendees at the recent Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting’s (ALPFA) annual meeting at the Fort Worth Convention Center, held from August 5-9, 2006. College Executive Dean Joyce J. Elam, who sits on the organization’s Corporate Advisory Board, also […]