FLINT TWP. — Business students at Carman-Ainsworth High School learned about many aspects of business careers during a recent field trip to the Detroit area where they visited three active business sites.
At Ford Field, they learned about opportunities in sports management and marketing. At the Motown Museum, they learned more about entertainment management, marketing and entrepreneurship. And at the Ford River Rouge plant in Dearborn, they learned about manufacturing and management, watched a truck being assembled and other parts of the assembly line.
Leslie Holt, a CAHS business teacher who also serves as the Career Technical Education Coordinator for the high school, organized the trip. In past years, students in the class have visited Northwood University, The Palace of Auburn Hills, Comerica Park, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago’s Detroit Branch and Macy’s. — R.S.