Tue, Nov 14, 2023

10 AM – 12:40 PM EST (GMT-5)

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3DE by Junior Achievement brings real world connectivity into the daily high school academic experience to create a highly engaging and relevant learning environment. The 3DE instructional model is grounded in competency-based case methodology. Students develop critical skills through authentic discussion-centric challenges that promote interdisciplinary connections and increase student engagement. Interdisciplinary learning is activated through faculty and student cohorts that use real-world business case studies, provided by local and national businesses, to link standards-based learning and practical project-based application. 3DE students engage in 16 case studies from 9th-11th grade that are supported by volunteer business professionals, in addition to a capstone senior consultancy experience in the 12th grade.

Case Challenge
9th grade students at Surrattsville High School were asked: "Which organization should Aon collaborate with to build its talent pipeline?"

Role Description
You will be in-charge of taking a group of 15-20 students and their chaperone on a short tour of the Hariri Building, and bringing them to and from Leavey Center for lunch. Tour instructions will be provided.

There are two available shifts; you may sign-up for one or both:
  • Shift 1: 10:30am to 12:00pm (1h 30min)
  • Shift 2: 11:40am to 1:10pm (1h 30min)
  • Both: 10:30am to 1:10pm (2h 40min) — register for both shifts below.

Minors Policy
Because this event involves minors, please familiarize yourself with Georgetown's Protection of Minors Policy: https://protectionofminors.georgetown.edu/policy/

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