Beacoms Beta Alpha Psi Hosts Food Drive
“Community services projects are critical for Beta Alpha Psi,” stated Leon Korte, associate professor of accounting and faculty advisor for Beta Alpha Psi. “Through these projects, our students gain first-hand experience serving those in need and learning the importance of being good community members by giving back.”
The local Food Pantry in Vermillion is always in need of volunteers, especially close to the holidays. During this food drive, volunteers helped collect 1600 food items and received $500 in cash donations.
“The food drive is important to Beta Alpha Psi,” said Dalton Hoekstra, the president of Beta Alpha Psi. “It provides our chapter with the opportunity to benefit so many community members in Vermillion and the surrounding areas. Over 7,000 unique individuals benefit from the Food Pantry’s efforts each year, so being part of that same cause means a lot to our members.”
Beta Alpha Psi is a professional business fraternity in the Beacom School of Business that offers students the opportunity to meet with representatives from the leading public accounting firms and private companies. This organization gives students the chance to learn more about the accounting field and explore all the possible job prospects for someone with an accounting degree. Beta Alpha Psi is one of ten active organizations in the business school that engages students in community service activities, provides networking opportunities, and encourages compete in regional and national competitions.
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