St. James High business students score wins in New York competition

vgrooms@thesunnews.comMay 3, 2013 

St. James High School students took wins recently at the Virtual Enterprises International Youth Summit in New York City. VEI is a business education program that allows students to create, own and operate their own businesses in a simulated environment.

Sophomore Jordan Walker placed third in the Global Business Challenge. More than 200 students from 12 states and six foreign countries competed.

St. James’ “Destination: Food Nation” also placed ninth in the International Business Competition and earned fifth place in Best Catalog. Team members were Walker, Sarah Quinn, Alyssa Koziarski, Evan Chenette and Zachary Carcelli. They were led by business teacher Laura Burdick.

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