For Immediate Release

Contact: David Bass
(804) 612-9440
dbass@vscpa.com

VSCPA Educational Foundation Awards $53,500 in College Scholarships

Richmond (June 30, 2017) The Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants (VSCPA) Educational Foundation recently selected its college scholarship recipients for the 2017–2018 academic year. The VSCPA Educational Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting business and accounting education, rewarding academic excellence and encouraging students to pursue promising careers as Certified Public Accountants (CPA).

This year, the Foundation awarded $53,500 in undergraduate, graduate and doctoral scholarships to 27 accounting college students across Virginia. The Foundation awarded 11 named scholarships.

Scholarship applicants must be currently enrolled or have been accepted in an accounting program at a Virginia college or university. Other selection criteria for the awards include overall academic performance, entry essay, faculty recommendation(s) and community and/or extracurricular activities.

The 2017–2018 scholarship recipients are:

VSCPA Minority Scholarship ($1,000)
Chanel DuPree of Philadelphia, University of Virginia
Sydney Shavers of Richmond, University of Virginia
Ashleigh Williams of Fort Washington, Md., Hampton University

VSCPA Undergraduate Scholarship ($1,000)
Chelsea Colvin of Reva, Bridgewater College
Nick Leeman of Christiansburg, Radford University

VSCPA Graduate Scholarship ($1,000)
Ashley Hogan of North Chesterfield, University of Virginia
Joy Jefferson of Richmond, University of Virginia
Sarah Kusher of Alexandria, University of Virginia
Sarah Wunschel of Richmond, Virginia Commonwealth University

VSCPA Ph.D. Scholarship ($5,000)
Brent Roberts, CPA, of North Chesterfield, Virginia Commonwealth University

VSCPA Past Presidents/Chair Scholarship ($1,000)
Lexie Slye of Herndon, University of Virginia

Thomas M. Berry Jr. Scholarship ($2,750)
Joseph Barden of Blacksburg, Virginia Tech
Cory Paton of Ashton, Md., University of Virginia

Virginia Tech Doctoral Scholarship ($2,750)
Adam du Pon of Blacksburg, Virginia Tech

CST Group Scholarship ($2,750)
Daniel Luna of Burke, George Mason University

Dixon Hughes Goodman Scholarship ($2,250)
Rhiana Brown of North Chesterfield, George Mason University
Jamie Marshall of Hampton, Hampton University

H. Burton Bates Jr. Scholarship ($2,000)
Katie McVey of Centennial, Colo., College of William & Mary

Kearney & Company Scholarship ($2,500)
Connor Edwards of Smithfield, Virginia Tech
Lisa Edwards of Aylett, James Madison University

Michael E. Mares Scholarship ($2,000)
Monica Linn of Ellicott City, Md., James Madison University
Gary Steele of Blacksburg, Virginia Tech

MJW Scholarship ($2,000)
Linjiang Han of Fairfax, University of Virginia
Nadia Purvis of Franklin, Longwood University

Verus Financial Partners Scholarship ($2,750)
Kelsi Robins of Williamsburg, Virginia Wesleyan University

Wall, Einhorn & Chernitzer Scholarship ($2,500)
Christopher Davenport of Chesapeake, Old Dominion University

Yount, Hyde & Barbour Scholarship ($2,750)
Kirstyn St. Pierre of Newport News, College of William & Mary

The Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants (VSCPA) Educational Foundation is the premier nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting business and accounting education, rewarding academic excellence and encouraging students to pursue promising careers. For more information on the VSCPA Educational Foundation, its scholarship and award programs, or to make a tax-deductible donation, visit vscpafoundation.com, email info@vscpafoundation.com or call (804) 612-9427.

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LAST UPDATED 6/30/2017

 

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