The New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA), Buffalo Chapter has selected Hilbert senior Tyler Loretto as the Award of Honor recipient and junior Jonathan Monheim as the John T. Kennedy Memorial Award winner. The awards will be presented at the Annual Education Night Dinner on April 22, 2014.
Tyler Loretto is a senior accounting student at Hilbert College, and is currently doing an internship with the Bank of Akron. Loretto has participated in Hilbert College’s Emerging Leaders Program and won the John T. Kennedy Memorial Award last year.
Jonathan Monheim is a junior pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Accounting. Monheim is the President of Phi Beta Lambda, the business and accounting club at Hilbert, and he has also played NCAA Division III soccer for Hilbert. He has worked at ALP Steel Corporation since 2010, mainly during the summer and winter breaks. Monheim is also interning at Tara Cares in Orchard Park. After graduating in the spring of 2015, Jonathan hopes to attend graduate school and sit for the CPA exam.
The annual Education Night Dinner of the NYSSCPA, Buffalo Chapter, is scheduled for Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at Salvatore’s Italian Gardens, 6461 Transit Road, Depew, New York.
The NYSSCPA Award of Honor: awarded to one graduating senior, in recognition of outstanding achievements in accounting studies. The award honors accounting students who meet all of the following requirements for eligibility:
- The recipient must be a member of a class containing at least six students.
- The recipient must have completed (by May 2014) the school’s registered accounting curriculum.
- The recipient must have received the highest general averaged grade in all accounting courses.
The John T. Kennedy Memorial Award: awarded to one junior majoring in accounting and having the highest overall scholastic average.