Accounting for Community's Charity Pitch Competition
Collin Bergin, Benjamin Michael Colwell, Kyle J. Crail, Kayleigh Ann Duke, Betsey Bernice Fisher, Joseph Guay, Matthew Albert Harsar, Matthew Hess, Allison Nicole Iklodi, Morgan Elizabeth Jewett, Lindsey Lawrence, Anna Grace Madison, Andrew Rothstein
Join Master of Professional Accountancy students in ACC 703 - Accounting for Community as they use their hearts and minds to pitch a not-for-profit organization to potential donors. This course project requires students to identify an existing not-for-profit organization that they believe has a persuasive mission and to analyze the organization and its programs to explain why donors should financially support the organization. At least $1,000 is on the line. Winning organizations will be announced after Stander. Each pitch and corresponding audience questions will be approximately 12 minutes. Four pitch presentations will occur each hour, with a brief break prior to 2:00 and 3:00. You are welcome to join any time!
Marsha K. Keune
Primary Advisor's Department
Stander Symposium project, School of Business Administration
"Accounting for Community's Charity Pitch Competition" (2021). Stander Symposium Projects. 2272.