Bethpage Shines At Business Competition

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Bethpage High School students competed in the Virtual Enterprise International Long Island Regional Business Competition & Exhibition on Jan. 9 at LIU Post. Virtual Enterprise is an organization that partners with schools to provide meaningful hands-on career experiences with a task-based curriculum. 

Two companies from Anthony Murray and Nancy Simpson’s Virtual Enterprise classes at Bethpage High School competed: A.C.E.S. and Food for Thought. A.C.E.S is a subscription-based company to help teens fight vaping addiction and provides access to addiction counselors, personalized advice and self-help. Food for Thought is a party planning and catering company with a focus on allergy-friendly food options. 

Student members of A.C.E.S include Jake Bonelli, Daniel Cunningham, Bryan Hanley, Anthony Ippolito, Erica Marciante, Justin Patlias, Gibron Rahman, Maxim Safranov, John Santoro and Bryan Weber. 

Student members of Food for Thought include: Aaliyan Ahmad, Peter Arrabito, Rodney Colon, Patrick Dalton, Samuel Donohue, Nicholas Firth, Nicholas Griffin, Victor Guidotti, Patrick Hanley, Carly Issing, Emily Miller, Isabella Raber, Nicolas Ragusa and Jillian Zapata. 

Bethpage was recognized with gold awards in the sales materials and employee manual categories, as well as silver in the company branding competition. The district congratulates the students on their achievements! 

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