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MIHS global entrepreneurship study program selected for national forum

The Mercer Island High School global entrepreneurship study program has been selected to participate in the 30th annual Entrepreneurship Forum.

The event will be held Nov. 10-12 in Atlanta, Ga. As a participant, MIHS's program will be one of many from throughout the country which brings together educators from across the country.

Mercer Island's program and skills center is a unique program offered by the Washington Network for Innovative Careers, in conduction with the school's marketing/DECA classes. Taught by Carol Wisely, the Mercer Island Trading Company is a cornerstone of the program.

The class is open to students from around the area and next school year has 26 students from six high schools enrolled.

 

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