The Aspiring Enterprise Leaders Convention introduced space college students to La Salle’s campus.
The point out of homework on a Friday morning elicited a collective groan from these occupying the Founders’ Corridor auditorium.
“However this isn’t a typical homework task,” cautioned Jim Plunkett, ’95, ’06, La Salle College’s government director of admissions. “I would like you to learn up on us. Stroll our campus. Get to know La Salle College. As a result of our promise is to know you and help you.”
Plunkett addressed greater than 200 college students visiting La Salle Nov. 19 for the Aspiring Enterprise Leaders Convention, a primary of its variety on the College.
Over just a few hours, the highschool college students heard from college members and directors at La Salle’s Faculty of Enterprise, who launched them to the ideas, curriculum, and careers which might be out there to them upon enrollment at and commencement from La Salle.
A collection of workshops centered on entrepreneurship, management kinds, provide chain logistics, and company duty, amongst different subjects.
“You’ll not be nameless right here,” stated Joseph Ugras, Ph.D., interim dean of La Salle’s Faculty of Enterprise. “We provides you with one-on-one consideration. We are going to personalize your training. We provides you with help and offer you a house.”
The scholars, starting from ninth- to Twelfth-graders, represented six public, constitution, and archdiocesan excessive faculties in Philadelphia and New Jersey: Archbishop Ryan Excessive Faculty, Father Choose Excessive Faculty, Little Flower Catholic Faculty for Ladies, Mastery Constitution-Shoemaker, Northeast Excessive Faculty, and West Deptford Excessive Faculty.
—Christopher A. Vito