McKinley-ALC Students Attend Service Entrepreneurship Camp
May 2, 2017
The camp was started by professor Don Salyards, an economics professor at WSU and entrepreneur himself, whose energy and passion for spreading the expertise was evidenced by his enthusiasm at the camp. Professor Salyards markets the camp toward alternative learning students who may possess qualities that contribute to successful business development. Many thanks to Salyards and his contributors, as well as funding from District 742 Equity Services and a Local Education & Activities Foundation (LEAF) grant for making this opportunity possible!
Students and staff who attended the camp were: Ahmed Al Fareh, Breauna Campbell, Howie Eve Chanthalangsy, Alanson Cleveland, Hanad Gaal, Quentin Gonzalez, Elizabeth Meyer, Le’Roy Moore, Preston Poppenhagen, Rachel Roemhildt, Acacia Smith, Curtis Strother, Marissa VanBeek, Tennessee Walker, Noel Young, Cyndi Simson and Dave Masters.