Program Dates: July 21 – 26, 2014
Rising seniors in high school are invited to apply for this challenging and dynamic summer camp. The camp is an on-campus residency program designed to enable academically talented high school students to explore their interests in a business education and career. The participants engage in interactive workshops and activities that introduce the student to specific business disciplines and potential career paths. The participants also will visit local companies in and around Memphis and be guided through the inner workings of the industry.
Learn more now at http://www.cbu.edu/schoolofbusiness/businesscamp.html.
Program Dates: July 13 – 18, 2014
ACAP is a program of The National Association of Black Accountants, designed to increase the number of high school students from underrepresented ethnic groups that attend college and major in accounting. Through ACAP’s efforts, students receive educational enrichment experiences and the practical help needed for college preparation and a career in accounting. ACAP revolves around a one-week summer residency program for high school students. The program introduces students to career opportunities in accounting through a carefully tailored curriculum involving local university faculty and guest lecturers from business and government. Students selected for ACAP receive a full scholarship that covers the cost of tuition, room, meals, books, supplies and transportation. Students also compete for college scholarships in a Group Case Study Competition.
Learn more now at http://www.cbu.edu/schoolofbusiness/acap.html.