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Grade schoolers opened their minds to entrepreneurship




Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) Grades 3 - 6 students learned what it was like to be their own boss at the annual Entrepreneurship Days at Luxembourg and Munich Campuses recently. Organized by the Math and Business Departments, Entrepreneurship Days are full of engaging and fun activities designed to inspire the students’ interest in business, and their ability to create and implement innovative ideas. Prior to the event, the participants learned about teamwork and business formation as they worked in groups to create a company name, logo and slogan, assign job functions, and come up with marketable products. During the event, SISC Grade Schoolers got the chance to exercise their entrepreneurial skills by setting up stalls of goods for sale to the public. This nurtured their entrepreneurial spirit, exposed them to the realities of the market place, and encouraged their can- do attitude. Everyone is invited to attend and patronize the event where future business owners are learning the first important lessons of selling and marketing.