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Friday Fast Five: EBM’s WayCal

In WSPN’s newest podcast, Friday Fast Five, reporters will interview staff and students around Wayland High School and ask them five quick questions. This week, WSPN’s Jane Tardif talks to seniors Maggie Melander and Lily Mele about their business in WHS’s Entrepreneurship and Business Management class.

0:00 – Intro

0:17 – What is your EBM project?

0:40 – Why did you take EBM?

1:14 – How did you think of this idea along with your other group members?

1:39 – How are you planning to print out the calendars and what photos are you going to use?

2:11 – How are you planning on selling the calendars, and if you know, when will you be selling them by?

2:40 – Bonus question: What are some other products your classmates are doing?

3:00 – Outro

Music: https://pixabay.com/music/

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Jane Tardif, Staff Reporter
Jane Tardif, Class of 2025, is a second year reporter at WSPN. She plays on the high school's field hockey, ski and lacrosse teams. Outside of school, she enjoys being outside and spending time with friends and family. Contact: [email protected]
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