Business students in the Virtual Enterprise classes at Stoney Creek and Rochester High will compete at the national level after scoring well in the State Virtual Enterprise International Trade Show. Students from each school form a virtual company, selling virtual wares, learning entrepreneurial skills, and conducting business operations. As part of the VE competition, students were required to present their business plan and sell their products to conference attendees. Teachers Katelyn Cryderman and Karen Malsbury help provide authentic, immersive business experiences to bridge the gap from classrooms to career exploration.