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Our list of accounting scholarships have one thing in common. Only accounting students are eligible! If you’re on your way to becoming an accountant or certified public accountant (CPA) you have done the math and know you need help to pay for college. That’s where accounting scholarships can really help! Different organizations and career groups offer accounting scholarships to help pay for college or grad school. Awards include the $10,000 scholarship offered by American Institute for CPAs (AICPA) or the $1,500 accounting scholarship awarded by National Association of Black Accountants (NABA).
Having a degree in accounting means that you have the financial knowledge that today’s businesses need. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs for accountants are may grow by 4% through 2029. That is faster than average in comparison to other careers! The 2019 median pay is also noted at $71,550. So congratulations on your choice of majors! We hope you are successful on your path and are proud to offer this tool. Search our list of scholarships for accounting majors, and apply now!
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