VE firm TECRAID recently took a trip to Morrisville State College to present their company to the college’s students and professors, as reported by Andrew Aurigema of the Oneida Daily Dispatch.
“‘We’re given our own aspect to the business field because we are just given the information. We are the one’s responsible for putting it into action and communicating as a whole between departments. Being able to plan out everything together really gives us real world experience as to what it would be like to run our own business,’ said Western president Gabbie Edwards, a sophomore at Canastota High School.”
VE coordinator, Robert Esposito, is so proud of the success the VE program in his school and the influence it has had on his students that he hopes to expand it to Vooreesville High School and Morrisville State College.
Read the full story here: “Canastota high school business class teaches Morrisville College students, faculty”