Each year the Chapter may provide one or more scholarships to a student or students at Maryland institutions of higher learning with forensic accounting or fraud prevention programs. Academic advisors in these fields at schools such as Stevenson University and Salisbury University can provide details for their students.
Photo source: Salisbury UniversityACFE Maryland Chapter presents a large award for a fraud library at Salisbury University, 2017
Besides awarding scholarships, the Chapter has provided funds for anti-fraud libraries at Salisbury University, Stevenson University, and the University of Baltimore.
Each year the Maryland Chapter offers up to two scholarships for eligible members who wish to take the ACFE test and attain their CFE designation.The following are the requirements for eligibility and the process involved.
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NOTE:Eligibility for scholarships is governed by state and federal ethics requirements. All applications and required documents are to be submitted to the Scholarship Chairperson: MDACFE@gmail.com.
Also, see our awards page for recipients of the Hohenstein Fraud Fighter of the Year Award.