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Register for Summer 2015!

Washington Business Week is a week-long summer progam that places high school students in a dynamic simulation where they compete as industry professionals, sharpen communication skills, and face real-world challenges. With the guidance of a mentor from the business community, students gain a competitive edge on college preparation, workplace readiness, and overall life success. If you’re a current high school student (grade 9-12), this is the place to ignite your potential.

In just one week, you could:

  • Earn two college credits.
  • Experience life on a university campus.
  • Explore future careers.
  • Build leadership and team skills for your resume.
  • Network with professionals from prominent companies.
  • Maybe even win a scholarship!

Register | Learn more | Enter our Spring Drawing!

 

Domestic Program Dates

Western Washington University: June 21- 27

Business | Advanced Business | Manufacturing

Gonzaga University: July 12 - 18

Business | Healthcare

Central Washington University: July 26 - August 1

Agri-Business | Business | Energy

Pacific Lutheran University: August 9 - 15

Business | Healthcare

Alaska Business Week: July 18-25, 2015

International Program Dates

Boleslawowo Business Week, Poland: July 5 - 10

Gdansk Business Week, Poland: July 19 - 24

Gdynia Business Week, Poland: August 16 - 21

 

We have moved our main office to a new location.

Our new address is 923 Powell Avenue SW, Suite 100, Renton, WA 98057

Our number remains: (253) 815-6900.

 

|| Alaska Airlines is now the official airline of Washington Business Week! WBW participants, parents, and volunteers fly for 5% off during the week of our summer programs in Bellingham, Tacoma, and Spokane. Contact our office at (253) 815-6900 to learn more! ||

 

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