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From Rockville Center Patch:
It’s never too early to lay the groundwork for a promising business career.
That was the philosophy behind the Business Boot Camp recently held at Molloy College. More than 80 high school students from 25 different Long Island and Queens schools participated in the four-day program, learning the ins and outs of the business world.
Throughout the week, students participated in a wide variety of activities designed to foster skills that are necessary in the current business climate. They simulated the New York Stock Exchange by trading candy bars, were taught the finer points of a proper business lunch, and learned how to land great internships.
One specific skill, however, acted as a major theme throughout the week — public speaking.
“We’ve spoken to people on our business advisory board, who we talk to for advice on how we should structure the Molloy business program,” Molloy Dean of Business Stephen Bier said. “We asked them ‘What were the two main skills that you were disappointed in from new employees?’ They all said the same thing. Writing and public speaking.” [click to continue…]