Manheim Township Business Education
The High School Business Program offers a variety of opportunities for students to explore careers and fields they may wish to pursue in the future. The department offers instruction in Accounting, Marketing, Sports Entertainment, Entrepreneurship, and Financial Literacy. Many students also “cap-off” their high school career by completing an internship during their senior year.
Students engage in hands-on business activities in all of their courses. The Entrepreneurship students perform all the roles necessary to run the Bluetique (MT’s School Store) and utilize the Accounting and Marketing students to help complete the tasks of running a business. The Sports Entertainment students work with the Lancaster Barnstormers and The Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia) to get hands-on experience! Financial Literacy students regularly participate in various simulations involving finances and work with curricular materials developed by Susquehanna Bank.
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- Accounting students regularly have impressive guest speakers. In recent years they have met Ron Forester, the lead Forensic Accounting Investigator for the federal Enron case along with Mr. Bret Wise, CEO of Dentsply International.
- Marketing students have attempted to “Crash the Superbowl” by developing commercials spots for a Doritos promotion.
- A business student created the logo for the Manheim Township Alumni Association.
- Business students named and designed the logo for the “Bluetique.”
- Marketing students have helped raise $12,500 over the last 3 years for MT Publications, Hi-Lite (Student Newspaper) & NeffVue (Yearbook), by selling and marketing advertisements in the publications.
- Accounting students regularly return to the high school to share their experiences working in accounting careers.
- The 2011 Financial Literacy Students were featured in InFocus, a publication of Acuity. The article is linked on the left-hand side under Related Documents.
- A 2010 Financial Literacy student was the 1st Place Investor for Region (York, Adams, and Frankling counties) in the Stock Market Game.
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