Virtual Enterprise Earns National Recognition

Vivid+ students take group picture at Nasdaq while visiting New York. Not only did they go to Nasdaq, but they also visited Facebook to get experience in the real world. “We learned so much by talking to mentors about moving on into college and how to diversify yourself and make yourself stand out when your getting a job or an internship,” junior Cameron Sato said.

Ridwan Oyebamiji, Staff Writer

May 8, 2018

After competing in Virtual Enterprise National Online Competitions, Virtual Enterprise (VE) companies Global Goodies and Vivid+ attained recognition throughout the nation among high school-run companies. “We won for [the] state of Missouri, which qualified us to go to New York,” Global Goodies Chief Executive Officer and senior Ja...

Virtual Enterprise kicks off for second year, adding a second business

Gathered around a computer, the Global Goodies finance team prepares to register their business through Virtual Enterprise.

Hannah Hoffmann, Technical Design Editor-in-Chief

September 22, 2017

Although the 2016-17 academic year marked the debut of Virtual Enterprise International at West, the program quickly drew national attention with its first company, Spire. Growing student interest in the class brought about a new challenge: kicking off the 2017-18 year with not one, but two, student-l...

Students further education to prepare for future careers

Virtual Enterprise students attend the Midwest Trade show in Gatlinburg, TN.

Ellie Widowski, Staff Writer

January 26, 2017

With over 230 classes to choose from, students have access to experience a wide variety of fields of study at the high school level. Elective classes range from cooking to ceramics to scuba diving. Taking classes like these could just be a fun way to achieve credits for graduation, but for some, takin...

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