Stevenson students get a window to their future
On November 25, approximately 90 Stevenson CTE Business students traveled to Detroit to visit Quicken Loans.
The students got to see first-hand what it was like to work at Quicken Loans as they explored many of the properties and businesses owned by the company.
The students were exposed to everything from small startups to actually walking through the Quicken Lending floor and watching the mortgage bankers in action.
Quicken provides these complimentary tours as a way of encouraging students to stay in Detroit after college by exposing them to their unique culture and variety of career opportunities.
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