We had a outstanding first day in Madison! Here is a quick rundown of what we were up to...
Phase 1 - Joe Maldonado, TOPS- Cordinator, Boys & Girls Club of Dane County talked about social media dos and don'ts and building your personal brand.
Phase 2 - Jen Anderson, Director, The Cookie Project, Inc shared her story about being inspired to start her own company.
During the Free Market Challenge, students were broken into smaller groups to take a product to production and then sell it in the free market.
...and of course lots of cheering! Day 2 highlights coming soon!
A chance of meeting new people and engaging in teamwork will develop early Friday morning and carry on throughout the day. Friday night will bring a high possibility of innovation, imagination and entrepreneurship. Friday's highs will be Baby Shark and Brown Squirrel.
Saturday will start off alive, awake, alert and enthusiastic with some selfies scattered through out the day. The day will be mostly outstanding as high energy, excitement and cheers return. Highs will reach decibels only audible to dogs as the day progresses.
HOBY hugs will develop late Sunday morning through early afternoon as the seminar comes to a close. The HOBY high will continue through the weekend, likely present throughout the next week.
1. Reusable Water bottle. HOBY is attempting to go plastic bottle-less!
2. White T-shirt that is your size for tye-dying.
3. Shower Shoes. Your first taste of dorm life wouldn't be complete without them.
4. Comfy clothes that can get dirty for an outdoor service project ... and incase its sunny, bring some sunscreen!
#outstanding #WIHOBY14 #WIareHOBY
Get your cheering voices prepped and ready....
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