Business Technology students, and President and Vice President of the National Business Honor Society-Quincy Chapter, Kari Wismar and Victoria Shen, represented Quincy High School at the Careers in Accounting and Management Professions Summer C.A.M.P. Program at The Isenberg School of Management this past July.
The Careers in Accounting and Management Professions (C.A.M.P.) program is an opportunity for high school students to partake in a week long experience to learn more about the field of accounting and other business related professions. Coordinated and operated by the Isenberg School of Management, the business school at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, students with strong academics, motivation, leadership and interest in business/accounting are given preference. The program included a diverse set of learning experiences, such as classroom lectures, experimental exercises, and visits to business organizations. Faculty from the Isenberg School introduced students to the world of accounting and other business professions. Sessions regarding college admissions, resume building, exploring accounting forensics, taxes, auditing, and management were also provided. Students competed in teams on a number of business related case studies and business plans. Students also participated in fun social activities throughout the week!
Thank you Kari and Victoria for representing Quincy High School!