On Monday March 25, 18 Columbus Public high school students will make final presentations for the Rotary Enterprise Academy.  The students have been working with the Columbus Rotary and Ohio Dominican University business professor Dr. John Grant, to learn about the free enterprise system.  In February, the students were on Ohio Dominican’s campus for classroom sessions on business.  In March, these students completed field experiences where they were hosted in teams by area businesses and Columbus Rotarians.  During these company visits, the students studied company mission statements, organizational structures, marketing practices and other concepts discussed in the classroom sessions. 

You are cordially invited to attend the group presentations being delivered on Monday at 4:30 in the Bishop Griffin Student Center rooms 258 and 259.  These rooms are on the second floor of the building on the west side.  In this session the students will share with the audience and the other student groups what they have learned in there field experience.  This session will mark the completion of this year’s program and the students will be awarded a Business Elective credit from Ohio Dominican University.  After the presentation, a dinner meal will be served around 6:00 in the adjacent conference room. 

Please RSVP your attendance to Tiffany Pirwitz at pirwitzt@ohiodominican.edu, or (614)251-4274. We hope you will be able to join us for this event.