2004-10-14 / Top Stories

P.S. 115 Students Get A Taste Of Reality From Some Business Pros

Photos by Neil S. Friedman


Corporate employees from Deloitte International Consulting served as role models to students at P.S. 115 last week to teach fourth and fifth graders a unique business-focused curriculum developed by Junior Achievement of New York (JANY). JANY works with New York City schools to demonstrate to students the relevance of education in the business world.  (Above) Nine-year-old Anthony Dipsingh, Class 402, points to California, the location where he’d like to establish his electric sales company, as Deloitte stiffer Amy Clark and classmates look on. (Below) Clark discusses some business techniques with Class 402 student Bianca Dominique, 9.          Corporate employees from Deloitte International Consulting served as role models to students at P.S. 115 last week to teach fourth and fifth graders a unique business-focused curriculum developed by Junior Achievement of New York (JANY). JANY works with New York City schools to demonstrate to students the relevance of education in the business world. (Above) Nine-year-old Anthony Dipsingh, Class 402, points to California, the location where he’d like to establish his electric sales company, as Deloitte stiffer Amy Clark and classmates look on. (Below) Clark discusses some business techniques with Class 402 student Bianca Dominique, 9.

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