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Budding LHS Entrepreneurs Keep Skills Sharp

August 12, 2018

LOWELL -- Lowell High School entrepreneurs in the Business Marketing & Finance Pathway recently completed their capstone project in the form of a Business Plan Competition.

Over the course of the school year, more than 150 students in six courses completed the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship curriculum that activates the entrepreneurial mindset and builds start-up skills to ensure student success and to create a more vibrant society.

Certified NFTE educators Jill Taylor, Steve Ferri and Wayne Taylor provided an engaging curriculum.

In the end, eight students outdueled all their classmates to earn the right to compete in a regional competition at Babson College. One student, Isabella Brito, qualified for the finals.

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