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Wogoman Students Offered Career Path to Explore Entrepreneurship

Shop Black Biz Dayton CEO, Chataun Denis, speaks to Wogoman students about entrepreneurship

In one of four career pathways offered to Dayton Public School students, Wogaman Middle School offers young people the opportunity to choose a curriculum track that focuses on basic business concepts. The program, taught by Danny Rodriguez, is an effort to help students identify business career paths early.

Enrolled students attend a 9-week course that covers topics like business formation, branding, and market research. Local business owners are invited to share their entrepreneurial experiences with students. Students receive grades based on the quality of their questions. Those interest-ed can attend the course in both 7th and 8th grades.

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