CW students Nicole Kotash and Kevin Perez, were accepted to participate at The Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism Spring Conference. Under the topic, “The Morality of Capitalism,” Nicole and Kevin both received scholarships to participate and will join students from other states in the US, as well as international students and spend time with professors, activists, and other experts on liberty to study the foundations of a free society.
The College of Westchester Charitable Foundation (CWCF) hosted its 11th Annual Scholarship Fundraiser, honoring 10 scholarship recipients. Attendees included family and friends of the scholarship recipients, CW faculty and staff, CWCF board members and Lucy Amicucci who presented the inaugural scholarship from Sterling National Bank’s Charitable Foundation.
Congratulations to our Adult College Students of the Semester, Claude Laviscount and Ardita Lufaj!
Management accountants are vital to the financial health of organizations. They make critical decisions, safeguard a company’s integrity, and plan for business sustainability. They might be CFOs and controllers, budget analysts and treasurers, or one of many other game changers on internal teams. However, every job opportunity in this field is highly competitive and every college student willing to succeed in the industry must learn the importance of differentiation early in their careers.