Supporting your students’ professional and academic growth and leadership skills will add to their overall success.
ACFE membership, chapters and scholarship opportunities are tools that can be used to increase engagement, anti-fraud knowledge and support academic goals.
Ways to support students
ACFE Student Chapter
Your students may be missing out on leadership opportunities, growth, career development and connections to meet their career goals. Consider becoming an ACFE chapter advisor to help students:
- Connect and collaborate with peers and anti-fraud professionals
- Share knowledge through educational events
- Transition from students to working professionals
View the Student Chapter Guide to get started!
Many students are interested in attending our Annual Global Fraud Conference to have the opportunity to learn from leading practitioners from around the world, as well as meet other anti-fraud professionals. In 2011, we started the Conference Internship Program to allow students interested in the anti-fraud industry the opportunity to attend and intern.
Give students a financial boost by encouraging them to apply for the Ritchie-Jennings Memorial Scholarship, underwritten by the ACFE Foundation.
Students enrolled in accounting, finance, business administration, criminal justice or comparable anti-fraud disciplines may be eligible to apply. View the scholarship eligibility criteria for more information and share this flyer with your students.
The scholarship application period is open from September through February with awards from $1,000 to $10,000.
ACFE Student Membership can support your objectives while helping your students stay informed of the latest anti-fraud trends.
- A low-cost Student Membership for qualified students ($25 annually)
- Free Fraud Examiners Manual (FEM)
- A low-cost Student Certification Package ($399)
Students can apply online with proof of enrollment at ACFE.com/JoinNow.