Welcome to Beta Alpha Psi Beta Gamma chapter's page!
Board members (from left to right):
Ryan Thompson-Sanker: VP of Communications
Melanie Domek: VP of Chapter Promotions
Binyamin Khawaja: VP of Communications
Grace Burba: President
Kacper Borowiec: Secretary
Josh Schafer: Treasurer
Jack McVickers: Vice President
Alec Norton: VP of Chapter Promotions (Not pictured)
Rohit Beri: Chief of Administration (Not pictured)
Beta Alpha Psi is a national honors organization for Accounting, Finance, and Information Systems students. The primary objective of Beta Alpha Psi is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field.
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How does your organization live out the mission of DePaul?
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Beta Alpha Psi connects its members with faculty and alumni in the accounting and finance industries at DePaul and within Chicago. Members are encouraged to participate in community service, and continually increase their knowledge and grow through professional events with various companies.
What is your organization's purpose/mission?
Our purpose on campus is to give our members the opportunity to connect with the business community in both a formal and informal manner. Through professional events, community service events, and social events, we hope to build relationships that will last throughout the professional careers of our members.
Please list the main events/programming that your organization is known for on campus. If you are registering a new student organization, please list the main events/programming that your organization is planning to bring to campus.
Our organization is known for Meet the Firms which is a career fair held in the fall aimed at accounting students. During Meet the Firms 2016, we had over thirty firms attend, and an estimated 550 students come to meet with recruiters and apply for job opportunities. In the fall we host our annual banquet where we initiate new members, and we also hold a scavenger hunt every spring.