High school students learn free enterprise system at Nicholls

The College of Business Administration at Nicholls State University hosted “Free Enterprise Week” (F.E.W.) from June 17 to June 22. An annual event since 1981, F.E.W. is a competition featuring speakers, workshops and simulations designed to teach high school students about the private enterprise system.

For details about the competition, funded by industry sponsors and participants’ fees, go to nicholls.edu/business/free-enterprise-week/.

Pictured from left at bottom are campers Asia Williams, India Williams, Isabella Carroll and Elizabeth Hutchinson. From left on the second row are campers Tatum Gehbauer, Renee Miller, Sydney Landry, Victoria Rambo, Raven Price, Victoria Rodriguez, Emily Vice and Kaylee Pitre. From left on the third row are campers Josie St. Pierre, Beth Olivier, Wade Bailey, Kristen Alevizon, Sydney Clavelle, Abby Coyle-Richards, Trent Davis, Emile Delaureal, Daniel Bordelon and Travis Cummings. From left at top are campers Garrett Lambert, Gary Hemelt, Chase Matherne, Bodie Dufrene, Nicholas DeCastro, Trey Clark, Samantha Wolfe and Rayanda Davis.
Pictured at front is counselor Hayden Songy. From left on the second row are counselors Alyssa Harris, Abby Delatte, Katelyn Smith and Tyler LaCoste. From left at top are Alexis Arms, counselor; Shelly Waguespack, activities coordinator; Jared Wells, director; Sara Taylor, assistant director; and counselors Patrick Ledet and Jacques Petit.
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