High school students looking to make their mark in the business world will want to attend the IDEA Bank’s Entrepreneurship Summer Camp and may earn $2,000 toward attending Troy University in the process.
The five-day camp will focus on developing business plans for each student’s area of interest and a one-day pitch competition to a diverse…
Registration is now under way for Entrepreneurship Summer Camps, hosted by Troy University’s IDEA Bank and the Small Business Development Center.
The camps will focus on high school students who want to develop skills necessary for successful entrepreneurial start-up businesses. The camp is supported through a grant from the Wiregrass Resource Conservation and Development Council.
Troy University’s ACCESS Support Center has named its regional award winners for the 2019-2020 school year. In keeping with its mission to provide online education to high schools throughout the southern third of Alabama, the awards were announced in a virtual meeting.
This year’s winners are:
Valerie Bourne, Counselor, New Brockton High School,
About 200 Wiregrass area high school students attended the second annual Youth Business Summit at Troy University’s Dothan Campus on Thursday.
Students from 12 schools attended workshops throughout the day, and teams from several schools participated in competitions focusing on different aspects of business.
The team from Geneva County High School won the “Shark Tank”-style…