Chapter Programs

National Programs


NABA Greater Louisville Programs


Consistent with NABA's motto of "Lifting As We Climb," community outreach initiatives is one of the Greater Louisville chapter's priority 
objectives. The Chapter acts as a liaison between the business profession and various community-based groups. Programs include Financial Literacy workshops and community programs such as Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and Accounting Career Awareness Program (ACAP), that we offer throughout the fiscal year to provide our members the opportunity to give back to the community.

College-Based Program

To prepare college students for a professional career through engagement, mentoring, personal development, exposure to the work place through internships, scholarships through our scholarship program and public speaking/presentation skills  through case competitions. These initiatives also aim at identifying and nurturing exceptional leaders in higher institutions.

  • Fall Days
  • Leadership Development Programs

For more information on the NABA Greater Louisville college-based programs, CLICK HERE.

Corporate Partners
Partnership packages with NABA Greater Louisville gives you access to our  members in the area with opportunities for business development, recruiting, employee networking and diversity development. Packages are developed to meet your goals through interactive discussions with chapter leadership. LEARN MORE

Career Development
NABA Career Connections — NABA-Greater Louisville connects its corporate representatives seeking to fill positions in accounting and auditing, consulting, finance, information technology, management and marketing with NABA members.  NABA is an organization dedicated to improving the financial education among African Americans in the Greater Louisville communities, by providing basic financial tools that allow individuals to establish realistic goals and reach them. Our annual NABA National Convention provides a forum for joining NABA's membership with the corporate community, academicians, and other individuals interested in promoting the goals and objectives of NABA. We are also expanding our outreach through the following:

  • Financial Literacy Awareness
  • College Bound Program
  • Financial Seminars
  • Personal Development Seminars
  • Technical Seminars & Workshops
  • Social/Networking Events
  • Job Search Assistance
  • Leadership (Non-Profit Board & Mentorship)
  • VITA Program
  • Volunteer Opportunities

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Accelerated Career Awareness Program (ACAP)
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. ACAP is a week-long summer program which introduces minority high school students to accounting, finance, economics, technology and management while providing the foundation of financial literacy and the development of interpersonal skills. For more information visit NABA Greater Louisville ACAP Program.  You may also contact us at

NABA National Convention

The NABA National Convention & Expo annually brings together over 1,700 participants from across the country from multiple disciplines in the industry. This an exceptional gathering of accounting, finance and business professionals, targeted towards minorities and gives attendees the opportunity to learn best practices from industry leaders and experts. The NABA National Convention & Expo showcases cutting edge and timely topics impacting accounting and finance professionals in the marketplace and workplace, as well as provide opportunities to connect with subject matter experts for the exchange of ideas. To learn more, visit

Community Service 
We seek to make our skills and competencies available to our immediate and surrounding communities. Programs associated with these initiatives include our Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA program) and other programs to better serve our community.

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)

NABA volunteers annually coordinate with the IRS to provide Income Tax preparation assistance to local community members of need. NABA set’s criteria to assist those with incomes below $50,000 who may be eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit but are not aware of the credit. NABA’s volunteers hold weekend sessions from February to April at area libraries to support the local communities. NABA Detroit volunteers typically prepares returns at no charge.  Tax assistance is offered at numerous sites in Greater Louisville and surrounding areas during tax filing season (generally February 1 through the middle of April). Training begins within the first two weeks of January.

Community Service
Join NABA each year as we volunteer with local organizations in the Greater Louisville area.

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Career Opportunities
NABA Greater Louisville posts job opportunities to our members by direct e-mail. Postings are contributed by our corporate partners or by our members who hear of available listings at their employers. NABA membership is a premier method to learn of organizations focused on minority individuals. In addition, chapter members have access to regional and national job postings through the parent organization. Visit our Jobs Board.