South Hills Community News Release
LEWISTOWN — Second-year students from South Hills School of Business & Technology’s Lewistown Campus have spent the last twelve weeks putting together capstone projects that reflect their academic experiences at South Hills requiring them to use all of the skills and knowledge they’ve learned in each of their programs.
Business Administration—Management & Marketing (BAMM) students are required to put together a business plan for their capstone project. Once they come up with an idea for a fictitious business, the students put that plan into place by implementing the management, marketing, accounting, and advertising skills that they’ve learned from their time at South Hills.
Lewistown BAMM students Hannah Kauffman, Jared Pennepacker, Jessica Page, and Christopher Fisher created “Be You-tiful Boutique.” The idea is for their business to provide an atmosphere that delivers excellent customer service as soon as customers enter their store. They planned their boutique with a goal of serving many different markets as their inventory would include a broad selection of items such as clothing for women, men, and young children, shoes, jewelry and accessories, and other unique accent pieces.