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UNLOCK YOUR FUTURE
Haddam-Killingworth High School Business Education
WHY Business Education? Because...
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Business and Economics All students will participate in the ECONOMIC SYSTEM Consumer Jungle
Teamwork and Leadership Allstudents All students will encounter a business environment characterized by Diversity
Teamwork and Leadership Allstudents All students need to practice InterpersonalTeamwork and Leadership Skills
Teamwork and Leadership
Technology All students will use technology as a tool to Manage Information
Career Preparation All students need to hone lifelong learning skills that foster flexible career paths and confidence in adapting to a workplace that demands constant retooling
BUSINESS EDUCATION Course Offerings
Computer Skills Word Processing Spreadsheet Database Graphics Presentations Fundamentals
Computer Skills Advanced Computer Skills Web Page Design Internet Activities Application Integration Multimedia Presentations
Accounting I and II
Business Marketing and Management
CONNECTIONS CONNECTIONS Career Encounters
CONNECTIONS CONNECTIONS Internship Program
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