Kent State University vs. Eastern Michigan University men's basketball teams on January 31st at the EMU convention center.
So you want to be an entrepreneur? A CEO? Or perhaps you see yourself working on Wall Street, developing an innovative new technology, or leading the marketing strategy for one of the world’s most iconic brands. If you are a high school junior, who is considering a career in business, the LEAD Summer Business Institute is an opportunity you don’t want to miss.
Romulus High School students attended the first annual Construction Academy at Eastern Market on October 18th. Sachse Construction and Junior Achievement teamed up to encourage students to explore careers in construction trades. The one-day event featured training and demonstrations from subcontractors across the state. Students were exposed to different careers and were able to interact with professionals. This unique learning experience allowed students to gain a hands-on approach, which included anything from fiber optics to masonry.
Over the summer, Eastern Michigan University Bright Futures took a group of Romulus High School students camping at Waterloo Recreation Area in Chelsea, MI. Students were immersed in the wilderness for three days and three nights. During this trip, participants had the opportunity to go swimming, row boating and hiking. “For many of our students this was their first time camping, and I believe that exposing them to nature is important to their overall development”, said Lauren Richardson EMU Bright Futures Site Coordinator for Romulus High School.
July 6-10 or July 20-24
There are two identical camps, so select the dates that work best for you.
Students, parents, guests and University of Michigan faculty gathered at the University of Michigan’s prestigious Ross School of business to celebrate the completion of this year’s MREACH program and honor the recipients of the esteemed Robert Koonce award, Romulus High School faculty member, Linda Denham, and Romulus High School alumna, Addell Austin-Anderson (class of ’74).