The National Association of Enrolled Agents Education Foundation (EF) awards scholarships to both aspiring and current enrolled agents. The scholarship program is generously funded by NAEA members to support the profession and offer a helping hand to the next generation of enrolled agents.
The NAEA Education Foundation awards scholarships to offset the registration cost for the education programs offered at NAEA conferences and programs available through its state affiliates. Consideration will be given to applicants who have experience in taxation or accounting.
When applying for a scholarship please read the instructions carefully and return the completed application to NAEA on time. NAEA's scholarships are very competitive. Neatness, grammar, and content count! Only complete and timely applications will be considered. Please note scholarships are available for registration fees only. Conference scholarship candidates are limited to receiving one scholarship per year. Scholarships are non-transferable and may only be used for the session offered.
To support the profession and give back to other enrolled agents, please use the NAEA contribution form below.
Questions regarding NAEA's scholarship programs may be directed to (202) 822-6232 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the NAEA Education Foundation
The NAEA Education Foundation (NAEA-EF), established in 1972, is a 501 (c) 3 charitable organization, dedicated to helping aspiring enrolled agents reach their goal by providing scholarships to prepare for the Special Enrollment Examination. Beyond that, we have a mission to assist enrolled agents and other Circular 230 licensed tax practitioners maintain their high quality professional standing. That is why our scholarship applications are peer reviewed and awarded to those who attend NAEA's premiere national continuing education (CE) program - the National Tax Practice Institute™ (NTPI™).
The NAEA-EF works collaboratively with NAEA in order to offer scholarships making it more convenient for independent practitioners to take the CE credits required by the IRS and maintain the license governed by Circular 230.
NAEA-EF Board of Trustees
Catherine Bostock-Hudy, EA, Chair (Trustee)
- Bill Nemeth, EA, First Vice-Chair (Trustee)
Melissa Longmuir, EA, Second Vice-Chair (Trustee)
Mary Mellem, EA, Past Chair
Bob Kerr, Executive Vice President, NAEA
James Adelman, EA, Past President, NAEA
Tim Dilworth, EA, CPA, Treasurer, NAEA