Here is a fun fact heard on the radio today.
"51% of people who apply for a job will be turned down because of something that their potential boss found on the internet about them (pictures, comments)." - perhaps by using google???
Google your name to see what potential employers can find out about you.
2011 SESI Business Plan Winners -
February 11, 2011
Bobby Knutilla from placed first for "Doodilla Shoes" - his idea for shoes to be designed with artwork and sold to teenagers to fit each person's unique style. Usingtraditional white Converse shoes, every pair would be transformed into a personal statement of style for today's teenager.
Sunjay Josyula placed second ($750) for "Synergy Eco-Consulting" -his idea for an eco-consulting firm that helps homeowners and small businesses go green. Sunjay also took home $200 for winning "Best Presentation."
If interested in starting your own business sign up for the entrepreneurship course taught at Huron or attend the 10-week workshop sponsored by the B-Side starting
Web Design Club Students design website for Ann Arbor Business Owner.
Huron students in Diane Stocker-Bendersky’s Web Design club were featured in a story in the Ann Arbor News on Tuesday, Dec 10, 2008, for their design of a fitness club’s website.
The students meet after school every other Wednesday and this project is a good link to the business community. This is the link to the website they created:
-(Article Ann Arbor News 12/2008)
Midwest Regional Business Plan Competition -EMU
Huron's business student, Guang (Sean) Ye Ji (12th grader) won 1st place for his Entrepreneurial Business Plan entitled "Sunenergy" and took home a $1,000.00 check plus an additional $200 for his excellent presentation skills in presenting his business plan ideas in a PowerPoint slideshow to judges and audience members held February 13, 2009. details
Eric McCabe (10 grade) wins 1st Place and $1 Grand @ Inaugural Midwest Regional Business Plan Competition held February 15, 2008. details
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