TEACHING LOCAL STUDENTS
The Enactus at UVA High School Case Competition (HSCC) seeks to enhance the business skills of Virginia's high schools students while supporting local businesses.
Student teams are presented with a case analysis of a local company and instructed to work with their advisers to develop and present a feasible solution to a panel of judges hosted at UVA's McIntire School of Commerce
High school teams have the opportunity to win cash prizes as well as develop their analytical and presentation skills while learning from McIntire faulty and business professionals.
Jae Lim: I am a 4th year currently studying Computer Science and Economics in the Arts & Science program. Like many others, I am from the northern Virginia area, specifically Centreville. While my location may be the same as others, I hope to bring my unique perspective and insights to the Enactus. I am excited to be leading our team this year and building upon our experiences last year. We will strive to not only bring a business and entrepreneurial spirit to the UVA community but also to any interested students in high school.
Enactus is a global nonprofit organization with chapters in over 36 countries and across 1,730 universities. An annual series of regional, national, and international competitions provide a forum for teams to showcase the impact of their outreach efforts and to be evaluated by executives serving as judges. Each year, Enactus at UVA has the opportunity to compete at these events, experiencing excellence in competition, collaboration and celebration.