Carthage hosts business and sport management summer camps for high school students
Carthage’s School of Business and Economics is offering two summer camps for high school students in July.
Students entering their sophomore, junior, or senior year of high school are invited to participate and earn college credit. See descriptions of the camps below.
“How It’s Made” Business Camp — July 17-21
Carthage’s “How It’s Made” Business Camp is a five-day business camp that combines a four-credit college course and interaction with community business partners. Students will be introduced to essential business functions including operations, finance, sales, and human resources through engaging classroom work and on-site visits to local companies to meet with teams and see the operations they manage. Students will be exposed to different manufacturing processes and learn how essential business functions are applied in real-world business applications.
Cost: $750. Includes two meals per day and transportation to/from employer sites. Participants who complete the camp earn four Carthage credits. Registration ends Monday, July 3.
Sport Management Camp: “Authorized Personnel Only” — July 24-28
Carthage’s Sport Management Camp: “Authorized Personnel Only” is a five-day, overnight camp that combines a four-credit college course and interaction with executives from regional sports organizations, including the Milwaukee Bucks, Minnesota Wild, Chicago Bears, the United Center, and others. Students will be introduced to the business side of sports, including marketing, sales, finance, game-day operations, facility operations, and human resources.
Cost: $1,250. Includes overnight accommodations in a Carthage residence hall, three meals per day, and transportation to/from stadium site visits. Participants who complete the camp earn four Carthage credits.