The Coshocton County Beacon May 17, 2017 - Page 14

14 THE BEACON www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com Contributed | Beacon Creation Collaboration was represent- ed by Remi Mitchell, Rachel Allen, Shelby Cannon, and Claire Warchauer their research was based on Sand Powered Electricity for the Country of Burundi. Community Volunteer, Kirby Hasseman, assisted the process of being an entre- preneur in presenting their service. JA Titan 1st place Winners were Eli Keneda, Hunter Holdsworth, and Sami Trowbridge. Each one received cash award of $400. Eli, Hunter and Sami will be participating at the National Level in May. JA Titan 3rd place Winners were Ayden Smith, Jake Mitchell, and D’Angelo Contributed | Beacon Contributed | Beacon Marshall. Each one received cash award of $50. MAY 17, 2017 Contributed | Beacon J.B.E.A. was represented by Brianna Cox, Ethan Guilliams, Jared Hall, and Ali- yah Guthrie; their research was based on Saltwater Battery providing energy for the Country of Chad. Community Vol- unteer, Mary Mason, assisted this team with research, entrepreneur services and public speaking skills. JA Titan 2nd place Winners were Katie Harvel, Olivia Griffith, and Logan Slade. Each one received cash award of $100. Contributed | Beacon RV students participate in Ohio Appalachian Competition COLUMBUS - Two teams from River View High School participated at The Ohio State University, Fisher College of Business in the first ever Ohio Appalachian Collabora- tive Export Competition among seven oth- er teams. Our teams proposed a product and/or service to export to a global market. Each team was very successful in pro- posing and presenting their product to panel of Ohio State University professors from the Fisher College of Business. Junior Achievement (JA) Titan Chal- lenge was participated by three teams from River View High School at The Ohio State University at Mansfield. JA Titan is an interactive online busi- ness simulation that offers a unique way for young adults to learn what it takes to compete in the marketplace and to run a successful business. Our RV students de- termine the success or failure of their busi- nesses based on how well they manage key decisions such as setting prices, filling production requests, establishing mar- keting, investing in research and develop- ment, and capital equipment. RVHS had nine students competing for first, second, and third place. RVHS was proudly represented this past week in many competitive events. Thank you to all participants who competed. Winners are not people who never fail, but people who never quit. In order to succeed, we must first believe that we can. Contributed | Beacon