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High School Students to Explore Business World through UT Summer Program

Haslam College of Business News

KNOXVILLE—Thirty-two high school students from the Southeast will learn about office etiquette, personal finance, the business world and potential careers at a University of Tennessee, Knoxville, summer camp that begins Thursday.

2012 BETS class

The Business Education for Talented Students (BETS) program, which runs through June 22, allows students from diverse communities to explore career and educational opportunities in the world of business. The program, which is free to students, is in its sixth year.

Students will take part in team-building activities such as a ropes course and take field trips to Alcoa, PepsiCo, PetSafe, the Knoxville mayor’s office and accounting firm Dixon Hughes in Asheville.

While on campus, the students, from Tennessee and Georgia, will hear from faculty members and business experts. They will learn about various majors offered in UT’s College of Business Administration, including accounting, finance, marketing, economics, human resource management, public administration, enterprise management, supply chain…

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