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Lisbon students accept the Junior Achievement Titan Challenge
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Lisbon students accept the Junior Achievement Titan Challenge

Photo Caption:  Lisbon students participated in their first Titan Challenge with support from their administrators,  teachers and mentors.  Pictured front row (left to right):  Gartley Street instructors Brian Breton;  Andrew DesPres; Vice President of TD Bank Student Mentor; Gartley Street students Chris Rugullies; Ryan Johnson;  Chelsea Anoe; Amelia Bishop; back row:  Lisbon Community Resources, Monica Millhime; LHS Principal, Kenneth Healey; mentor Travis Bright; Gartley Street students Emily Stevens; Kayla Wagner; and College for ME mentor, Jan Phillips.

Lisbon – Students enrolled in The Gartley Street Program, alternative education at Lisbon High School, accepted the Junior Achievement invitation to compete in the annual Titan Challenge.  The event was held on February 13 on the campus of USM Lewiston/Auburn.  Teams of students managed a virtual manufacturing company  while operating with six key business concepts for price of product, production levels, marketing expenses, research and development costs, capital investments and charitable contributions.  Local business professions served as mentors for students throughout the day-long event.  Schools from throughout Maine participated in the annual Challenge sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce and Junior Achievement.

 

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