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High school students compete in Junior Achievement Business Challenge at UT

Teams of students from 21 area high schools were on campus last month in the Savage & Associates Business Complex as they competed in the Junior Achievement Business Challenge for $32,000 in scholarships.

Among the schools represented in the competition were Perrysburg, Sylvania Northview and Southview, Maumee Valley Country Day, Central Catholic, St. John’s Jesuit, Springfield, St. Francis de Sales, Anthony Wayne, St. Ursula, Notre Dame, Defiance and Maumee.

Using online, interactive business simulation, the students formed companies, and with the help of mentors from the business community, strategized to operate successfully and perform the duties of a management team.

A mentor worked with local high school students during the Junior Achievement Business Challenge, which was held last month on Main Campus.

A mentor worked with local high school students during the Junior Achievement Business Challenge, which was held last month on Main Campus.

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