MAC Fellowship Program
As a part of the admissions process, applicants may be considered for Jenkins Graduate School's merit-based MAC fellowships. The fellowship program is made possible through a partnership between sponsoring companies and CPA firms and the Poole College of Management's Department of Accounting. A fellowship may provide financial support for education expenses (up to $32,000 in 2011-12), and may include an offer of employment upon graduation.
Recipients of MAC fellowships are selected based on their scholarship, leadership, service, experience, presence and integrity. Finalists are recognized in combination with their admission into the MAC program. To be considered for the fellowship program, a student must complete and return their MAC application materials by February 1, the first of two MAC application deadlines.
The MAC Fellowship Program awarded fellowships to twelve students in the class of 2013. Sponsors included Big Four and Second Tier national professional service firms, top-ranked regional firms, NC State Graduate School and the Department of Accounting.
2012-13 Firm-Sponsored Fellowship Recipients
Cherry, Bekaert & Holland
Karen Kazaglis, Raleigh, NC, Audit
Dixon Hughes Goodman
Alan Perry, Raleigh, NC, Audit
Gina Tong, Raleigh, NC, Audit
Ernst & Young
Jack Hirst, Atlanta, GA, Audit
William Hutchins, Raleigh, NC, Audit
Brian Jones, Charlotte, NC, Advisory
Carla Parker, Charlotte, NC, Audit
Johnson Lambert & Co.
Ella Howell, Charlotte, NC, Audit
2012-13 NC State Academic Fellowships:
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