Plainedge High School students in the Virtual Enterprise class get a taste of how business was going during the global pandemic. Students adapt to their time and discover a new model of trade fair.

Plainedge High School students in the Virtual Enterprise class get a taste of how business was going during the global pandemic.
(Photo courtesy of Plainedge School District)


They now use the Zoom sub-committee rooms to greet customers, present their products and make sales. The Virtual Enterprise (VE) class started at Plainedge High School in the 2018-19 school year.

A virtual business student attending a Zoom meeting
(Photo courtesy of Plainedge School District)

He teaches students how to build a business that will work virtually alongside hundreds of other VE classes internationally. Throughout the class, students develop leadership, professional, and technological skills through on-the-job learning experiences.

-Submitted by Plainedge School District

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