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Lights, camera, action: Lower School Media Center

Lower School students can learn to be professional broadcasters and videographers, thanks to a generous donation of state-of-the-art equipment from parents Larry and Tatiana Borden.

Michael Rouse'85: How his teen job made him a CEO

By Jane M. Von Bergen,
Workforce experts agree that almost nothing makes more of an impact on a young person's lifelong employment prospects than a summer job, with a paycheck, earned during high school years. Needing money back then, Michael J. Rouse, now 49, created a summer job by starting his own business – one that now employs 1,600 people in the summer, serves 4,000 children, and operates in six states. Read the article>

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