Chaminade’s student-run business, Eagle Eye, has won the national 2012 Junior Achievement Company of the Year Award! Five student representatives and Chaminade business teacher, Aron Gideon traveled to Washington, D.C. for the National Student Leadership Summit and competition between 15 student-run companies.
Held from July 30 through August 2, the competition included an annual report, a commercial, and trade fair display with interviews. The general public was invited to participate by voting for their favorite commercial on Facebook and YouTube. Eagle Eye generated 943 “likes” on Facebook alone.
Congratulations, Eagle Eye!
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It may be summer, but Chaminade’s Eagle Biz students aren’t on break. They are gearing up for the Junior Achievement Company of the Year Competition to be held July 30 to August 2, 2012 in Washington, D.C.
Competing in a field of 15 student-run companies, Eagle Biz hopes to win the national Student Company of the Year award for their business, Eagle Eye. Part of the competition includes a public vote for “best commercial.” People can vote in two ways before August 1 – once on Facebook, and once on YouTube. To vote for Eagle Eye go to eaglebiz.org. The commercial campaign counts for one-third of the competition, so your votes are important!
Eagle Eye is a business operated by students in Chaminade’s Global Economic Leadership (GEL) class, taught by Aron Gideon on the School’s West Hills campus. The company’s mission is to provide comprehensive sports media services designed to maximize performance and promotion for both coaches and athletes. Read more about Eagle Eye, and keep up with their latest news at http://eaglebiz.org.