US: Tech Students Receive Scholarship from Tennessee Society of CPAs

Ten Tennessee Tech students were among 108 college students who earned $275,000 in scholarships from the Tennessee Society of CPAs Educational & Memorial Foundation.


The students include Emily Brackman of Nashville, David K. Morgan Award; Makenzie Cope of Byrdstown, TSCPA Award; Kaley Crabtree of Cookeville, TSCPA Award; Hannah Hardaway of Cookeville, TSCPA Award; Bailey Hooper of Tennessee Ridge, Maxie O. Patton Award; Charles Livingston of Nashville, TSCPA Award; Dev Patel of Cookeville, TSCPA Award; Lauren Randall of Crossville, TSCPA Award; Ryan Salaman of McMinnville, TSCPA Award; and Grant Sartin of Lenoir City.


The Life Associates Program, which was founded in 1978 to reward CPAs who made significant donations to the scholarship fund for accounting students in Tennessee, is the primary source of funding for TSCPA scholarships. Since then, the program has grown to include over 700 participants. Over the last 25 years, Life Associates has assisted approximately 4,000 students in obtaining an accounting degree and sitting for the CPA exam.


TSCPA members and chapters have sponsored several named scholarships in addition to the general scholarship fund. These are the most prestigious awards, and recipients are chosen based on criteria outlined by the donor.

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