FLINT TWP. — Business Management and Administration (BMA) students from Carman-Ainsworth High School participated in Education Day last week at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. Students visited Cobo Hall, participated in career-related workshops and toured the auto show.
Education Day began at the 2005 NAIAS as an opportunity for schools to participate in a positive and valuable educational experience. Now in its twelfth year, NAIAS 2016 Education Day welcomed busloads of school groups of all ages including college level. The event is customized based on the experiences of students attending. Youngsters viewed more than 500 new vehicles on the showroom floor and took part in hands-on activities led by experts in their fields of interest including journalism, graphic design and technology.
Besides attending the auto show last week, CAHS students in Leslie Holt’s BMA classes periodically get to take field trips including college visits, active business locations, and possible government locations. In previous years they have visited Northwood University, The Palace of Auburn Hills, Comerica Park, the Ford Rouge Plant), Chicago (Federal Reserve and Macy’s, – Rhonda Sanders