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High school students learning what it takes to start, operate a business

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BIRMINGHAM - AL - Eighteen high school juniors and seniors have packed their bags for college. They'll spend a week at Birmingham-Southern College for a one week business program.

It's the first Entrepreneurship Camp.
The students will learn about the business world through role playing and mentors. They'll write business plans, as well as study marketing and budgeting.

The week long program will be lead by BSC business teachers and successful business owners, including Darlene Rotch of Panorama Public Relations, David Gray of Daxco, Devin Laney of Innovation Depot, Shane Boatright and Steve Bookout from Boatright Companies, Megan LaRussa of Southern Femme, David Kahn of Yogurt Mountain, James Outland of New Capital Partners and Dewar Gaines of Abacadabra Health.

The students will have the chance to win a four thousand dollar BSC scholarship.

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