VE was recently featured in The Voice of America, the U.S.’s largest international broadcaster.
“The money isn’t real, but the skills are, said a student entrepreneur with the virtual company Big City Tours, who won a scholarship to college.
“I went to the interviews, and being in this company has helped me really prepare my presentation skills and be able to talk to other people,” said student Catalina Garcia, who will start college this fall and hopes to become a doctor. She says the skills she gained in a virtual company have helped her, whether or not she starts her own company or works in the corporate sector.”
Link to full article: “Students Learn Real Skills, Earn Simulated Profits“