By Andi Bourne

Blackhawk BIZ offers life lessons and business experience


January 13, 2022

Nathan Bourne, Pathfinder

Seeley-Swan High School Entrepreneur Class students Aaron Jungers and Andrew Pearson offering premium hot cocoa at The Cocoa Bar during the Blackhawk BIZ Market Day, Dec. 22. Their cocoa was made with milk and included whipped cream, chocolate and caramel drizzle as well as a candy cane.

SEELEY LAKE – "It's hard! It takes a lot of effort if you want to run a business," said Seeley-Swan High School student Aaron Jungers during the recap of the Blackhawk BIZ Market Day. "At the beginning of this, I just thought it was going to design a business and then sell [the product]. There is a lot more to it."

The students in the SSHS Entrepreneur Class discussed what they learned and the challenges they overcame starting their own business on Jan. 5.

While everyone determined their business was successful based on their return on investment and agreed they learned a lot from the ex...

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