These Five VE Students from North Carolina Earned The Opportunity to Participate in the 2019 Youth Business Summit Thanks to Their Hard Work and Support from HSBC

By February 11, 2019 October 26th, 2020 News, South, Students

Hertford County Public Schools CTE Director Katrina Futrell (left) joins with C.S. Brown STEM School Business teacher Daphne Lee and two of her students as they react to an announcement made by North Carolina VE Director Mark Jones regarding an all-expenses paid trip earned by the local Virtual Enterprises class to a national competition slated for April in New York City. Staff Photo by Cal Bryant, The Roanoke-Chowan News-Herald.

Congratulations to Torryan, Trenton, Keyshawn, Cameron, and Brianna from C.S. Brown STEM High School in Winton, North Carolina, who will participate in the 2019 Youth Business Summit thanks to their hard work and support from HSBC.

In an article for the The Roanoke-Chowan News-Herald, Cal Bryant covered the story:

“CS Brown STEM Principal Bobbie Jones was thrilled to learn of the news.

‘This is what education is all about; exposing our children to everything that they need in order to be successful in life. This is an amazing accomplishment for our VE program. I’m very proud of all of you and your instructor, Ms. Lee,’ he remarked.”

C.S. Brown’s VE facilitator Daphne Lee added what she enjoys most about the VE program:

“‘What I really enjoy the most about this VE program is tracking how my students start and then how they reach the finish line. I love watching their ideas develop, and since this is a year-long class, I get the opportunity to watch them grow and develop,’ Lee concluded.”

Read the full story: “VE Victory!