Students discuss “Leading with Purpose” at local high school

While a lot of college students leave high school with no intention of going right back, a group of Campbell Business students recently visited Fuquay-Varina High School to engage students on “Leading with Purpose” – a phrase we live by at Campbell University.

This conversation was a part of a Social Entrepreneurship course that includes multiple community outreach initiatives helping students learn from experience.

“Preparing to chat with the high school students made me think about my choices and what I want to do with my life. When you have to talk about ‘leading with purpose’ you begin to think about how purpose aligns with career plans,” said Zachary Turlington, a Senior majoring in Management from Coats.

“It’s natural for our students to want to give back and share knowledge they have acquired through their time at Campbell. It was great to see the interaction between current and future college students,” said Scott Kelly, Director of Entrepreneurship at the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business.