Entrepreneurship expo in Cornwall links businesses to high schoolers

November 9, 2015 at 11:41 am Leave a comment

An Entrepreneurship Expo drew several hundred students from area high schools to Aultsville Theatre. From left are Lynn Lee (youth co-ordinator at the Cornwall and the Counties Community Futures Development Corporation), 17-year-old recording artist Fraser Tamas, L'Heritage student Sophie-Anne Massie and L'Heritafe teacher and guidance councillor Wendy Lalancette, on Wednesday November 4, 2015 in Cornwall, Ont. Todd Hambleton/Cornwall Standard-Freeholder/Postmedia Network

An Entrepreneurship Expo drew several hundred students from area high schools to Aultsville Theatre. From left are Lynn Lee (youth co-ordinator at the Cornwall and the Counties Community Futures Development Corporation), 17-year-old recording artist Fraser Tamas, L’Heritage student Sophie-Anne Massie and L’Heritafe teacher and guidance councillor Wendy Lalancette.
Todd Hambleton/Cornwall Standard-Freeholder/Postmedia Network

Sophie-Anne Massie is leaning toward studying democracy and geography when she heads off to university next fall.

Maybe the Grade 12 student at L’Heritage will consider starting her own business some day, especially after what she heard and experienced at the Entrepreneurship Expo at Aultsville Theatre in Cornwall on Wednesday morning.

Read Entrepreneurship expo in Cornwall links businesses to high schoolers by Todd Hambleton at the Standard-Freeholder.

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Entry filed under: Business, Economy, Relocalization, Students/Youth.

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