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. You can help support this mission with a donation to the Education Foundation.

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2022/2023 Scholarship Opportunities

The NAEA-EF is pleased to offer the EA Special Enrollment Exam Prep Course Scholarship and the EA Special Enrollment Exam Registration Fees Scholarship as financial support options for aspiring enrolled agents.

The deadline to apply is June 10, 2022. 

View the Winter 2022  Scholarship Winners!

EA Special Enrollment Exam Prep Course Scholarship

Award: This scholarship provides free and complete access to a On Demand SEE review course. There are three options from review providers offered. An applicant can specify their first program choice, but we cannot guarantee the award will be for that specific course.

Eligibility requirements:

    • Age 18 or older
    • Eligible to work in the United States
    • No felony convictions
    • Compliance – have filed all required tax returns

Details: This scholarship is ideal for experienced tax professionals who aspire to become enrolled agents.

Application Requirements: Letter of recommendation from a Circular 230 tax professional or college/university professor.

EA Special Enrollment Exam Registration Fees Scholarship

Award: This scholarship provides financial support for the Enrolled Agent Examination testing fees. The test is three parts and there is a $185 fee per part paid at the time of scheduling.

Eligibility requirements:

    • Age 18 or older
    • Eligible to work in the United States
    • No felony convictions
    • Compliance – have filed all required tax returns
    • Have been approved to take a part of the exam and can provide documentation

Details: This scholarship is ideal for experienced tax professionals who aspire to become enrolled agents.

Application Requirements: Letter of recommendation from a Circular 230 tax professional or college/university professor.