What better place to make a presentation than the stage of the Clayton State Theater? (That’s room G-132 of the Arts & Sciences Building, in case you don’t know.)
The College of Business at Clayton State University is offering its annual Summer Entrepreneurship and Business Academy (SEBA) for high school students from June 17 to June 21. Sponsored by PEI, SEBA is a week-long, overnight academy with business classes, guest speakers, tours, team building, an etiquette luncheon, and a final business presentation aimed at preparing students for life after high school and beyond.
The final presentation for this year’s group of academy students has been moved to the Clayton State Theater, on Friday, June 21, a “performance” running from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Attending will be a group of parents, principals, community and business leaders, and the primary sponsor, PEI. SEBA Director Dr. Beverly Wright requests that anyone wishing to attend the final presentation contact her by Friday, June 21 at 11 a.m., at firstname.lastname@example.org
This year’s SEBA has 21 students from the following schools: Sandy Creek High School, S.W. DeKalb High School, Mays High School, North Clayton High School, Charles Drew High School, Druid Hills High School, Union Grove High School, Stockbridge High School, Lovejoy High School, Mt. Zion High School, Riverwood International Charter School, Community Christian School, and Global Village School.
SEBA students include: Alexis Williams (Sandy Creek); Derrick Patrick (SW DeKalb); Quatez Foster-Blackmon (Mays); Justice Dobson (Sandy Creek); Devin Hall (Riverwood); Nura Mohamed (Global Village); Allison Higgins (North Clayton); Angelica Johnson (Lovejoy); Vinh Pham (Charles Drew); Deonna Stewart (Druid Hills); Joshua Thomas (Union Grove); Jazmyne Imani Terrell (Community Christian); Jasmine Blalock (Stockbridge); Erik Baker; Khrystyne Craddock (Mt. Zion); Shedrick Meshach Dorsey-Ford (Lovejoy); Zuania N. Rivera; Victoria Benson (Stockbridge); Lauren Cush (Lovejoy); Kobie Lain (Sandy Creek); Gaelin Baldwin (Druid Hills); and Naquavia Thomas (Stockbridge).
For more information, go to: www.clayton.edu/business/seba