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Why: We went to Sandbox industries to explore different business opportunities and get advice from professional business people. We presented a formal powerpoint about our business plans to them and each received different kinds of advice from the people working there. Something I Learned: The business world is not all suits and seriousness. It can be fun, different, and laidback yet … Continue reading
Name: Caroline Age: 18 Hometown: Austin Texas Current Location: Kentucky Family: Only child, very wealthy, lives with parents, has a Chihuahua Education: Still in high school, gets nerds to do her work Occupation: She will never have to work a day in her life (her dad will always support her) Hobbies: Being mean, shopping and … Continue reading
*For our Student Enterprise course, we went to Vosges. We investigated sales/marketing at the company. -Market: Anyone can buy this chocolate but, only adults can buy the alcohol infused ones. *One thing I learned: Make your sales target BIG. Don’t just sell to one age group if you are looking to make a lot of money. … Continue reading
My poem has very deep meaning. I meant for it to be powerful and sound almost like a song. It has a certain rhythm in it simply because it all rhymes. I used words like “documentation” and “conviction” to add a certain amount of formality to the poem and tried to bring it all together … Continue reading
Introduction: In my poem, I felt the need to use very natural and organic words. I wanted to make an obvious connection with the human race and earth through phrases such as “connected in a delicate balance”. The focus of what earth does for us was also a subject I wanted to tie into my … Continue reading
Purpose: The purpose of this field experience, was to show us more about banks and how they effect the economy. The economy is not in a great place right now and it was good to see how the money system works. Gaining this knowledge helps us understand exactly who has control over the money that … Continue reading
Murals of Chicago on PhotoPeach I learned that you can express anything you want through art. There is an unlimited amount of things you can paint or create. I love that the Pilsen community is expressing their love for art and their lives through murals. It is a non-violent way to show their beliefs.