In 2002 Punahou74’s Mark Fukunaga posited that Punahou students would benefit from a course following the curriculum and teaching style of a typical MBA course. The result was a course–Business, Organizations, and Society–that’s given juniors and seniors a well rounded look at how organizations work.
Punahou.edu featured an article describing Mark’s class and how it impacts Punahou students. Led each fall by a cadre of four volunteer community instructors, fifteen to twenty students learn about entrepreneurship and what it takes to run a business or organization.
Former students are now out of college and making their mark on the world. How interesting to think of how this class may have planted the seed for tomorrow’s business in the minds of today’s Punahou students. Good job, Mark!
Read the Punahou.edu article here.