Beta Alpha Psi Events (NYC)
Beta Alpha Psi, Pace’s organization for career development in finance and accounting, has a number of professional and community service events coming up. Help others, and help yourself!
Tuesday, November 28 | 3:25 p.m.–4:25 p.m. | W617
Do you see finance in your future? Beta Alpha Psi invites you to meet life insurance and financial planning firm Northwestern Mutual to learn its company culture, and learn more about different career paths in financial service. This is an outstanding opportunity to network, learn actionable skills, and discover career opportunities in finance. Please RSVP to attend the Northwestern Mutual event.
KPMG Lecture Series
Wednesday, November 29 | 12:10 p.m.–1:10pm | W606
Each summer, “Big Four” accounting firm KPMG offers opportunities for students to develop their leadership skills and gain new perspective on public accounting through one of our summer leadership programs. Join Beta Alpha’s Psi’s event with ALPFA to learn more about KPMG’s summer program and career opportunities in accounting. Please RSVP to attend the KPMG Lecture Series.
Students Against Hunger Food Drive
November 1–November 30 | Beta Alpha Psi Room W466
The Food Bank of New York City is calling upon all New York City students to become active participants in the fight against hunger. Join this impactful organization as they kick off their annual Students Against Hunger Campaign, and aid greatly in the fight to end the harrowing cycle of hunger.
Drop off times vary by day. View the drop off schedule as well as a list of preferred items on the Beta Alpha Psi Students Against Hunger Food Drive webpage.
For every two items donated, 1.2 hours of community service will be given. You can receive a maximum of 3.6 hours!
Peanut Butter and Jelly Wars
Sunday, December 2 | 3:00 p.m.–5:30 p.m. | Lecture Hall North, Pace University NYC
Awww yeah… it’s peanut butter jelly time! Join Beta Alpha Psi as well as students from Baruch College’s BAP chapter, who will be making peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to be donated to the Bowery Mission, a service organization in downtown NYC that has sought to better the circumstances of the poor and unprivileged for over 130 years.
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