“My mom didn’t believe it at first—I was getting to go to South America and it was all paid for,” said Angelica Miller, one of four Atlanta area high school students who represented the United States at the 14th annual International Forum of Entrepreneurs (FIE) in Cordoba, Argentina. Students were selected by Junior Achievement of Georgia to take part in multicultural events focused on motivating and inspiring young people to achieve their business dreams.
Miller, who just completed her sophomore year at Miller Grove High School in Lithonia, said she’s not sure yet whether she wants to be a business executive one day, but said she gained a lot from the experience nonetheless.
She was among more than 600 young people from around the world who attended the high-impact, educational event in mid-May. Throughout the five-day forum students participated in conferences, training workshops and