Local high school students learn about entrepreneurship
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- High school students from Riley and Adams visited the Studebaker campus on Wednesday to learn what it is like to be an entrepreneur in Michiana.
Students were able to hear from guest speakers about how their personal journeys from the beginning to present day looked for their businesses.
One student's outlook on today’s events describes how professional success can be found locally.
“If you want to be successful, you don’t have to move to a big city like Los Angeles or New York. You can fix something that’s a problem in your community right now,” one senior from Adams said.
Students were also allotted one-on-one time with each of the guest speakers to get all questions and concerns answered.