Students Hit a Hole-in-One for the Community
Entrepreneurship & Advanced Marketing and Computer Programming students made a significant impact by raising nearly $18,000 for charity through their annual Cooperate Battle Golf Outing. Under the guidance of their instructors, Tom Neal (Entrepreneurship & Advanced Marketing) and Ryan Matousek (Computer Programming), the students collaborated with numerous local business partners to organize the event.
The fundraising event took place at Shepherds Hollow golf course, attracting participants from the community. The students showcased their entrepreneurial and marketing skills, utilizing innovative strategies to promote the outing and generate donations for the chosen charity.
The success of the Cooperate Battle Golf Outing is a testament to the hard work, creativity, and dedication of the Entrepreneurship & Advanced Marketing and Computer Programming students, as well as the support of their instructors and local business partners. This experience provided practical learning opportunities for the students and instilled in them the value of giving back to the community.
The event showcased the students' entrepreneurial spirit, marketing prowess, and dedication to making a difference. Their efforts have undoubtedly left a lasting impact on both the charity and the local community.