Accounting Career Awareness Grants Program

 

Accounting Career Awareness Grants are awarded to Wisconsin high school teachers who create programs, projects and curriculum to promote the accounting career.

Teachers who attend the annual WICPA High School Educators Accounting Symposium are eligible to apply for the grants.

Forty Wisconsin high school teachers were awarded Accounting Career Awareness Grants by the WICPA Educational Foundation in 2017. The Foundation awarded $52,290 for local projects that promote accounting as a career and involve interaction with Wisconsin CPAs.

Read about the teachers who received grants in 2017

Read about the teachers who received grants in 2016

Read about the teachers who received grants in 2015

Read about the teachers who received grants in 2014

Read about the teachers who received grants in 2013

Read about the teachers who received grants in 2012

Read about the teachers who received grants in 2011

Read about the teachers who received grants in 2010

Read about the teachers who received grants in 2009

Below are some media clips from past grant activities:

  • Watch a news clip to see McFarland High School’s Reality Store in action.



>> Learn how one high school business teacher promoted the accounting profession in an innovative way.