Lancaster Catholic High School seniors learn business basics in Millersville University dual-credit entrepreneurship course
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Lancaster Catholic High School seniors learn business basics in Millersville University dual-credit entrepreneurship course

Buy Now Wingin’ It entrepreneurs and Lancaster Catholic High School seniors, from left, Jaynie Wells, Chris Hyrb, Tobey Prime, Luke Miller and K.J. Myers pitch their startup idea to judges, foreground from left, LNP/LancasterOnline reporter Heather Stauffer and entrepreneurs Cinthia Kettering, president of The Bagnall Shaw Co., and Jeremy Feakins, father of the class professor, Oliver Feakins. Submitted As they stood before a row of “sharks,” Lancaster Catholic High School seniors were forced to think about what they learned over the first semester — not to merely survive, but to succeed. Twenty-four students in all, they were part of the Art of Entrepreneurship course, a Millersville University dual-credit class taught at the high school by Oliver Feakins, president of Track5Media. “This class is preparing me for college life, and just for the future in general, by teaching me real-life ways of how to make decisions in a business world or a personal world,” student Tobey Prime explained in a news release. “It’s hard for me to teach something theoretical when I can teach something practical,” Feakins said in the release. “I figured that most of these students wanted to see what being an entrepreneur was like, rather than find […]

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