Education & Careers news March 2011

Education & Careers

Running out of time: It's not too late to apply for the AccountingWEB Accounting Student Scholarship

If you are an accounting student, get busy and get writing. If you know an accounting student, please forward this article immediately! The deadline for the AccountingWEB Accounting Student Scholarship is midnight Thursday, March 31.
Tax

Rules for claiming the student loan interest deduction

The mortgage interest deduction is cherished by many, but the much-maligned student loan is another interest deduction not to be overlooked. And in some cases, parents can even reap the benefit.
Education & Careers

From cell phone expenses to retirement: High school students test their knowledge

It is the rare high school student who can get interested in planning for retirement, but managing cell phone expenses? Now you're talking.
Education & Careers

E&Y's Keys to Campus prepares students for transition to college

Ernst & Young's New York headquarters in Times Square was the setting for the firm's inaugural Keys to the Campus program, helping to prepare high school students from diverse communities for the realities of college life.
Community News

KPMG teams with National Academy Foundation to strengthen high school accounting education

The National Academy Foundation (NAF) has teamed with Big Four firm KPMG LLP and the KPMG Foundation in a move to strengthen high school accounting education at its Academies of Finance (AOF) nationwide.
Community News

Students and professionals join to make a difference in Deloitte's Alternative Spring Break program

Students with a passion for community service, who really want to give back, will experience a different kind of spring break when they join Deloitte professionals as volunteers in underserved communities.