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By Peter Thorwarth
Special to Valley News 

MVHS Virtual Enterprise promotes business training for high school students


Last updated 5/11/2018 at 11:58am


These six Murrieta Valley High School students, part of the SoleMates Business Plan Team, came in second at the Youth Business Summit national championship in New York City.

Murrieta Valley High School's Virtual Enterprise is a yearlong program for juniors and seniors that teaches students how to set up a simulated business. They create and design a business name and logo, catalog, business plan, employee manual, business cards, flyers, company uniforms, website, video commercial, newsletter and all the other elements of a startup business venture.

"One of the best things about VE is nontraditional grading. Instead of the usual tests, grades in VE are based on performance relevant to the company," Nathan Paysse, vice president of human resources, said.


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