About NFJPIA

The Institute provides continuing support to the programs and activities of NFJPIA being the official student organization of future accounting professionals.

National Federation of Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants

NFJPIA is the largest student organization in the Philippines with over 66,510 members composing of accountancy and accounting-major students. The NFJPIA was created in 1983 under the auspices of the Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants to serve as a link between the accountancy students and their professional counterparts. It is the largest student organization in the Philippines with over 66,510 members composing of accountancy and accounting-major students. Being the only national organization of accountancy students, it is tasked with organizing its members into a relevant sector of the business community. With that in mind, the Federation is committed in training advocates of development and innovations through knowledge by promoting fellowship among member school.

To date, NFJPIA has more than 45,000 members distributed among its 300+ accredited Local Chapters nationwide. Through the years, the organization has received special citations from PICPA, its mother organization, and various accounting firms. In 1998, during the convention of the ASEAN Federation of Accountants held in Manila, NFJPIA has been recognized for its invaluable contributions during the convention. In the Federation Year 1998-1999, NFJPIA received a Diamond Year Award from PICPA, for its support in the fulfillment of its objectives to strengthen the bond between JPIA and PICPA.

NFJPIA continues to organize seminars, symposia, workshops, conferences, quiz bowls, and other interscholastic functions through its Regional Councils and National Conventions. It has likewise sponsored parties, concerts, sports fests, and other projects intended to achieve its maiden objectives. But more importantly, NFJPIA, has heeded the call of social responsibility and civil consciousness by extending to the key members of society trapped in the bondage of destitution – the youth.