From growing a small business or taking out a business loan, Papillion La Vista Community Schools middle school High Ability Learner (HAL) students were recently given a front row seat to business in action. On Monday, Dec. 3, students started the day at the Scooter’s National Headquarters to learn how the coffee company grew from a small business to a successful regional chain. Then, the students headed over to Pinnacle Bank to chat with Brad Eckhoff, Market President, to learn how to write business plans and apply for a small business loan. This program is a great opportunity for students to enrich their curriculum through our PLCS Cooperation BEST program.
PLCS HAL students learning about business were treated to a tour of the Scooter’s National Headquarters on Monday, Dec. 3. Students learned how the coffee company grew from a small business to a successful regional chain.
PLCS HAL students were given an inside look at business in action during their visit to Pinnacle Bank on Monday, Dec. 3. Market President, Brad Eckhoff spoke with the students about how to write a business plan and apply for a small business loan.