Old Mill HS International Economics and Finance Signature

  • Old Mill High Signature- globe with dollar sign and graph trend arrow going up. The International Economics & Finance Signature will help students develop a sense of individual responsibility, learn life and career skills, gain business, finance, and economic skills, and the critical thinking skills necessary to achieve the highest levels of personal, academic, and career success.

    A Signature is a 21st century workforce-relevant theme around which curricula, job shadowing, mentoring, co-curricular clubs, college courses, and internships are crafted. With a unique theme at each high school, Signature Programs are designed to excite, engage and prepare students for college and careers.

     

Old Mill Photo Gallery

  • Old Mill students observing the cutting floor at Coastal Sunbelt Produce Group photo of Class of 2017 Signature Graduates. Alaric W, Tom S, Benett H, Heather V, Si Jia C, Melissa P.  Sixteen Signature Explorations students pose on the field at Oriole Park at Camden Yards with the warehouse in the background Fifteen Signature Explorations students take a tour of the Providence Center Greenhouse in Arnold, MD Nine English Language Acquisition students listen to five Hispanic Professionals discuss education and career choices.

Contacts

  • Joshua T. White
    Signature Program Facilitator
    jtwhite@aacps.org
    410-969-9010 ext. 277

     

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Student Testimonials

  • Signature Mock Interviews:

    Steven, 11th Grade: "I was nervous at first, but then once I started talking to my interviewer, I relaxed and felt much more comfortable. It was a great experience!"

    Canisha, 11th Grade: "I was really happy to talk to a professional who could tell me what businesses look for and how I can make myself look better both on my resume and in professional settings."

    Signature Networking Breakfast:

    Daniela, an 11th grade student, said that “the opportunity to network in school and gain some insight into the real world was absolutely great and I really appreciated those who made this event possible.”

    Cyndal, another 11th grader, said that the conversations with the professionals from the Personal/Business Finance pathway station made her “more aware of what I should be doing with my finances once I graduate.”

    Guest Speakers:

    Noah, 9th Grade: "I really liked learning about 3D printing. It was so cool to see the printer actually making a three-dimensional object!"

    Arianna, 10th Grade: "I had no idea that schools were being built with this kind of green technology! I didn't know that there were jobs available in that type of field!"

    Jason, 10th Grade: "Under Armour is really popular around here, but it was cool to learn about how they expand into other cities around the world."