FY 2019 GEORGE E. BRADY
SCHOLARSHIP

The Association of Government Accountants (AGA) – Boston
Chapter is pleased to offer one (1) Walter Frese Memorial
Scholarship of $1,500 to a high school, undergraduate, or
graduate student enrolled or will be enrolled as an
undergraduate/graduate student for 2019 in a financial
management-related program.

Background:  The late Walter Frese was one of the original 59
Charter Members and one of the original nine Directors to
serve on the National Board of the Association of Government
Accountants (AGA).  Mr. Frese was the second National
President of the organization, serving from 1951 to 1952.  His
career  included  the  United  States  Department  of  the  
Treasury,  the   United  States General Accounting Office, and
the Harvard School of Business.

Eligibility: Applicant must be (or will be) enrolled for 2019 as an
undergraduate/graduate student in a program relating to
financial management.  This will include (but not necessarily be
limited to) majors in accounting, business administration,
finance, information technology, and economics.  In addition,
graduate student applicants are considered eligible as long as
the applicant is currently working in a government
accounting/auditing/finance position.  Note: Applicants must be
a New England area resident or be enrolled in a New England
area college.

Award Criteria: Recipients will be selected based on scholastic
achievement, leadership qualities, extracurricular activities,
reference letter, writing ability, and an expressed interest in the
field of government accounting, auditing or financial
management.
FY 2019 WALTER FRESE
SCHOLARSHIP

The Association of Government Accountants (AGA) – Boston
Chapter is pleased to offer one (1) George E. Brady Memorial
Scholarship of $1,500 to an AGA – Boston Chapter member or
an immediate family member that is enrolled or will be enrolled
for 2019 in an institution of higher education with no limitation
as to educational major.

Background:   The late George E. Brady was a member of
AGA from 1957 until 1996. He served as the Boston Chapter
President of AGA (1964-1965). George graduated from
Bentley College in 1933 and went to work for United Fruit as
an accountant.

He was the first person to have government service
recognized as public accounting experience by the licensing
board.   George retired in June 1973 as Chief of the Boston
Branch Office, Contract Audit Division, Auditor General, USAF
after 31 years of government service.

Eligibility:
 Applicant must be an AGA–Boston Chapter member or
immediate family (spouse/child) of the member.
 Applicant must be (or will be) enrolled for 2019 in an
institution of higher education with no limitation as to
educational major.

Award Criteria: Recipients will be selected based on scholastic
achievement, leadership qualities, extracurricular activities,
reference letter, and writing ability.
2019 Brady
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2019 Frese
Scholarship
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