Chapter Programs

NABA Dallas - Fort Worth Programs


To get involved with any of the committees below please reach out to the respective committee lead.

​ACAP is NABA’s flagship program for underrepresented minority high school students who are primarily juniors and seniors. They are put in a free residency program with the mission of inspiring them to major in accounting and its related business fields. ACAP is in its 42nd year nationally and its 22nd year locally. ACAP Dallas - Fort Worth students spend a week at Southern Methodist University (SMU) or Texas Christian University (TCU) interacting with college students, professors, the business community, and other NABA professionals. It has graduated over 700 students. CHECK OUT THE ACAP WEBSITE HERE!

For more information on the ACAP Program, contact the ACAP Director at

​​Student Member Services
​The SMS Committee serves as a liaison between professional and student chapters and coordinates activities with the student chapters under the Dallas - Fort Worth chapter's supervision. This committee encourages and assists students entering the accounting profession and recruits students to join the professional chapter upon graduation.

​The Dallas/Fort Worth Chapter hosts a Student Interview Skills Workshop, also known as the Pre-Conference Workshop. The purpose of the workshop is to prepare area college students for interviewing and career planning that can be used at the Student Conferences. The workshop includes mock interviews with evaluations, resume critiquing and instructional seminars.

For more information, contact the Student Member Services Chair at

Learn more about our Student Chapters here.