John Brown University teams took first and second place in the undergraduate division at the 2012 Tri-State Donald W. Reynolds Governor's Cup Business Plan Competition held in Spring 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada. JBU teams were awarded a total of $52,000 in cash prizes. (pictured right)
JBU team won the Elevator Pitch Award in the undergraduate division during the 2012 Tri-State Donald W. Reynolds Governor's Cup Business Plan Competition.
Accountants are not book keepers. We design business systems and hire bookkeepers to run them.
CPA (Certified Public Accountant firms) love accounting majors. With a good grade point average going into your senior year, CPA (Certified Public Accountant) firms will start recruiting you six months before you graduate.
Christian organizations are begging for smart accountants to spend their lives helping others preach the gospel.
Helping inmates learn job skills and leading social justice projects in Latin America are just two of the reasons the John Brown University chapter of Enactus were named “Regional Champions” at the annual SIFE Regional Competition held in 2012 (pictured left).
Even as a recent graduate, you can do a lot of good working as an accountant in government.
Accounting majors learn how to do business, so they often advise businesses.
Accountants learn the rules that govern business. Accountants are the only non-attorneys that can represent clients in tax court.
Accountants know the computer software that runs business and train others to use these programs effectively.
Accountants are communication specialists. We explain complex issues to anybody, no matter how sophisticated the concept.
Accountants are professionals. We know what to do. We say to our clients, "Wait, don't tell me what you want to do. Tell me what you want to accomplish, and I'll advise you on how to do it."
We are funnier than most accounting programs.
Accounting is a people business. You see your tax clients year after year, form relationships with them and get to know them personally.