Success Center Foundation mentors Wayne business students


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Members of the Success Center Foundation spent Tuesday, Nov. 14 mentoring Wayne High School business students.


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Members of the Success Center Foundation spent Tuesday, Nov. 14 mentoring Wayne High School business students.


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HUBER HEIGHTS — On Tuesday, November 14, the Business Foundations classes at Wayne High School welcomed six members of The Success Center Foundation to help students work on their Business Plan projects. Students are studying entrepreneurship and creating their own businesses and will present their plans to business people, administrators, and other students. Students will be evaluated on the written plans as well as their live presentations.

The men from the Success Center Foundation are a group of retired Air Force and civilian professionals who bring a variety of experiences and business knowledge to share with our students. The students really enjoyed having the one-on-one time to meet with professionals and get advice on their ideas.

The Business Plan Fair will be held on November 29th from 9:45 – 11 a.m. at the high school small gym. Any community members interested in participating and evaluating these projects should contact Mrs. Leffew or Mrs. McCallister at Wayne High School at 937-233-6431. For more information about the Success Center Foundation, contact 937-371-7802.

Members of the Success Center Foundation spent Tuesday, Nov. 14 mentoring Wayne High School business students.
http://www.hhcourier.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2017/11/web1_SuccessCenter1.jpegMembers of the Success Center Foundation spent Tuesday, Nov. 14 mentoring Wayne High School business students. Contributed photo

Members of the Success Center Foundation spent Tuesday, Nov. 14 mentoring Wayne High School business students.
http://www.hhcourier.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2017/11/web1_SuccessCenter2.jpegMembers of the Success Center Foundation spent Tuesday, Nov. 14 mentoring Wayne High School business students. Contributed photo

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