For High School Educators
Dear High School Guidance Counselors and Teachers:
Thank you for your leadership and service in our community as a high school guidance counselor. As a fellow educator, I deeply appreciate the work that goes into developing students into independent and strong contributing members of society. I am sure this is particularly challenging at the high school level when students are preparing for college and the working world.
Clayton State University would like to partner with you in the challenge to help prepare students for the future by providing a unique and exciting hands-on learning opportunity for your students. Clayton State University hosts a summer business academy involving selected high schools to provide an exceptional learning experience for students. The week-long academy challenges students to think critically and provides them with a taste of college life. The business academy is moderated by our top-notch professors from accounting, finance, management, and marketing. Topics will include entrepreneurship, business, ethics, free enterprise, teamwork, and personal skills.
I cordially invite you to encourage your brightest business-path freshman through junior level students to participate in the 2014 Summer Entrepreneurship and Business Academy at Clayton State University. All meals are provided for this event and students will stay in student housing on campus for the week. The fee for accepted students is $395 for the entire week of housing, meals and program. The dates for the academy are June 15 through June 20 on the university’s beautiful Morrow Campus. Financial aid and scholarships are also available for selected students. Please check the website for additional information.
Previous attendees of similar business summer programs at leading universities claim that the experience is unforgettable and greatly rewarding. Please thoughtfully consider the possibilities of joining us this summer and complete an application by the deadline listed on the website. There are a limited number of participants allowed. Please contact me with any questions or if you would like to meet to discuss this further.
Interim Dean, Michael Deis
College of Business
Clayton State University