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    Leadership Program
     
    Mission:  To equip students for the future, to recognize the impact of teachers on the lives of their students and to utilize the talents and experience of our partners.
     
    The Business Education Partnership leadership program is an mentoring program open to graduating seniors from Berkeley County's three high schools.  Students are selected by an application process each September making them eligible for the following:
    • Scholarships
    • Relationship Building with the Business Community
    • Leadership Skills and Mentoring
    • Job Shadowing Opportunities
    • Reference Letters for College Applications
    • Recognition Dinner
     
    Program Requirements - Students
    • Participant must attend the kickoff to the program
    • Participant must meet monthly with business mentor
    • Participant must read the selected book and complete the workbook
    • Participant will be required to introduce and recognize a teacher that has made an impact on their educational career
    • Participant must attend a mid-year and end of year celebration
    Program Requirements - Mentors
    • Mentors will establish the day, time and location to meet with the student
    • Mentors will assist the students with college applications and reference letters, if needed
    • Mentors will assist the students with scholarship applications and reference letters, if needed
    • Mentors will assist the students with job shadowing opportunities, if desired.  Contact Tina Combs at the MBC-Chamber of Commerce for assistance (304.267.4841)
    • Mentors will assist the students with the recognition dinner presentations, if needed
       
      Biz Ed Partnership Leadership Academy
     Biz Ed Partnership Leadership Academy Dates
Last Modified on April 12, 2017