WSU chapter of National Association of Black Accountants seeks members, executive team

The Wayne State chapter of the National Association of Black Accountants, Inc. (NABA) invites students of all majors to join the organization. The chapter holds recruiting events with major public and corporate accounting firms, and offers resume help, interview tips, and opportunities for professional development, internships, social networking and service.

NABA is the oldest and largest professional membership organization focused specifically on African-Americans and people of color in the accounting, finance and business-related fields. NABA represents more than 20,000 professionals in business and industry, public accounting, government, nonprofit and education, including those with the highly coveted CPA designation and students preparing for careers in the profession or related fields.

Members of NABA are a part of a network that provides and opportunities for growth and success in the global business marketplace. NABA’s members share and promote a professional ethos reflected in the group's motto, “Lifting As We Climb.”

The NABA Wayne State chapter is a branch of NABA Detroit, working closely with its members and representing WSU on its board. The student organization is looking to fill multiple executive leadership positions through which students will have the opportunity to build their resumes, stand out during career recruitment, and gain professional and leadership experience. 

The chapter's first meeting of the semester is Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016, at 5 p.m. in Prentis 25. 

For more information call 248-513-9597 or email haynesha@wayne.edu