Friday, 05 April 2013 00:00
More than 60 Business Education students from Massapequa High School will compete in the first annual Nassau County Comptroller’s Entrepreneurial Challenge, April 17, at the Theodore Roosevelt Legislative and Executive Building in Mineola.
Massapequa will join more than 200 students from across the county to present business concepts that can thrive in the current economy. Students with the winning business plans will be awarded scholarships to Hofstra University and other prizes.
The Challenge was announced by Nassau County Comptroller George Maragos during a press conference held at Massapequa High School.