Minnesota Business Venture (MBV) students are receiving press coverage in local newspapers across the state. We’ve seen more than twenty articles published highlighting the unique opportunity students took part in during their summer vacation that has given them a leg up as they return to school and prepare for jobs or post-secondary education.
This summer, 324 high school students representing 100 schools came together for a week-long camp to learn more about leadership, business, financial literacy, and career options.
Check out some of the featured articles in our news roundup:
Apple Valley: Four students from Eastview High School attended MBV this past summer. Harita Duggirala, Akarshna Iyer, Bemnet Kika and Sanjana Reddy spent a week developing their business and career skills. They were divided into small groups, or “companies,” to create a business plan for a fictitious product that was presented to investors to request a loan.
Edina: Students Ravneet Anand, Bindju Podaralla, and Alli Walburg of Edina High School spent a week at camp preparing for life after high school, developing workplace skills and improving their financial literacy skills.
Hutchinson: Senior Hutchinson High School student Maggie Kleiman was a member of the mock company SolFil at MBV, which tied for first place during camp. Maggie described her experience, “The speakers were excellent, and it was fun collaborating with a really diverse group of students.”
Rush City: Student Teagan Carlson of Rush City Secondary attended the business and career camp at St. Cloud State University. During the week, Teagan learned from a variety of Minnesota business professionals and entrepreneurs who came to MBV to share their experiences.