By Florida Courier
DAYTONA BEACH – Bethune-Cookman University will hold an Accounting Careers and Awareness Program (ACAP) Residency Week from June 23 to June 28.
The program prepares students to pursue higher education by learning about the college application process, financial aid requirements, and scholarships. It will also inform students about the career opportunities available in accounting, finance, and business, and teach them interview skills, résumé building, and dining etiquette.
Students will live on campus each night of the program. They will be introduced to accounting, finance, economics and management through a customized curriculum involving guest lecturers from the business community.
No cost to students
Students selected will pay no cost to participate, but there will be a $25 registration fee for students who are accepted.
ACAP is open to non-White Florida high school students that will be juniors or seniors by fall 2019, with a minimum unweighted GPA of 3.2. Consideration will be given to those who are actively involved in campus and community service.
For an application packet, email email@example.com or contact Johnny Johnson at 386-481-2824 or 850-556-2762.
The completed application packet is due by May 3. Selections will be made by May 10.
A mandatory orientation meeting is scheduled for May 26 for students selected.
This article originally appeared in the Florida Courier.