Applications sought for 2020 Lt. Gov.’s student business pitch competition

LT. GOV. Dan McKee, left, with Ron McLean, President/CEO of the Cooperative Credit Union Association, right as they present a scholarship to the first place winners of the 2019 Lt. Governor's Entrepreneurship Challenge, Providence Detailing, a pitch team consisting of Alejandro Martinez, center left, and Laila Martin, center right. / COURTESY LT. GOVERNOR'S OFFICE
LT. GOV. Dan McKee, left, with Ron McLean, president/CEO of the Cooperative Credit Union Association, right as they present a scholarship to the first place winners of the 2019 Lt. Governor's Entrepreneurship Challenge, Providence Detailing, a pitch team consisting of Alejandro Martinez, center left, and Laila Martin, center right. / COURTESY LT. GOVERNOR'S OFFICE
PROVIDENCE – Applications are now being accepted for the third annual Lt. Governor’s Entrepreneurship Challenge. The competition is open to Rhode Island students in grades 9-12. Participants will compete for $14,000 in scholarships, the largest amount available for the competition to date, Lt. Gov. Dan McKee announced on Thursday Student teams may submit business pitches…

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