Matthew Kozlak TEI AON Scholarship Accounting HCB
HCB Senior Matthew Kozlak has been awarded Scholarship from TEI

Matthew Kozlak,was awarded the scholarship of $3,000 from the Tax Executives Institute ("TEI") Chicago Board.  TEI Chicago Board, in association with AON Service Corporation, has generously awarded this scholarship to Heller College senior undergraduate student Matthew Kozlak.  Matthew is pursuing a Major in Accounting and a Minor in International Business and holds a 3.74 cumulative GPA.  He achieved Dean’s List status in Spring 2017.  Matthew tells us that upon graduation, he plans to attend graduate school to focus on tax accounting.

The scholarship will be presented at the TEI Annual Meeting on June 19th, 2018 aboard the Chicago’s First Lady River Cruise Ship.

Congratulations Matthew!

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