Scholarship, by the numbers

Kwantlen Polytechnic University student Jennifer Hardie is the recipient of a $1,500 scholarship.

Kwantlen Polytechnic University student Jennifer Hardie was selected as the Certified Management Accountant Society of British Columbia (CMA British Columbia) 2011 recipient of a $1,500 scholarship.

“All of us at the society are very impressed with Jennifer’s academic accomplishments,” said Vinetta Peek, CMA (Hon.), vice president, Programs and Marketing, CMA British Columbia. “We are proud to be able to support Jennifer in her next steps of pursuing a career in accounting and finance.

The CMA Scholarship is presented to a Kwantlen Polytechnic University student who has demonstrated outstanding achievement in the course ACCT 4720 – Advanced Management Accounting.

The $1,500 award is used towards the CMA Strategic Leadership Program (SLP), a professional development program that focuses on the best of contemporary and emerging management practices while developing the accounting, leadership, interpersonal, decision making, and communication skills essential for today’s successful management professional.

The CMA Scholarship is one of 15 scholarships that are offered to post-secondary students across B.C.

For more information, visit www.cmabc.com

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