High School Students Learn Business Research at Crocker Business Library
Students from Sierra Canyon School recently learned business research basics at USC's Crocker Business Library / Photo courtesy Eduardo Tinoco
A group of high school students from Sierra Canyon School of Chatsworth recently visited USC's Crocker Business Library to learn the basics of business research. The students visited USC as part of a week-long school project in which they learned the basics of entrepreneurship and how to construct a business plan. In a two-hour instructional session, Librarian Eduardo Tinoco taught the students how to access the USC Libraries' electronic resources to find articles, stock reports, and financial information on business firms. Later, the students also met with Dean James G. Ellis of the USC Marshall School of Business.