Chantilly High School

International Business Internship Program

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Our Goal Is To Transform The World

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Our Team

Munise Karaburk

Class of 2020
Munise Karaburk

Class of 2020

Hello, my name is Munise Karaburk and I am a Junior at Chantilly High School. I am currently taking 5 AP classes and I am passionate about creating solutions to problems that we come across in our community everyday. I am also a part of the Debate Team and our school's Model UN Team. In the future I want to take action to help the people around the world. I love to meet new people and travel to new countries around the world.

Rhea Khurana

Class of 2020
Rhea Khurana

Class of 2020

Hello my name is Rhea Khurana, I am a junior at Chantilly High School. I had the most amazing experience this summer interning for 2018 Advanced Law and Trial Internship with Leadership Initiatives for a week at Georgetown University. I am currently the Team Lead for one of my High School’s IBIP teams. I am also a very active member of Chantilly DECA and Chantilly Model United Nations chapter for the last two years.
I am an academically committed student with Honors and Advanced Placement classes this Junior Year as well as a Dual Enrollment course. I like to challenge myself as much outside of school as in it. I have couple of years of experience competing in afterschool clubs like Model United Nations and DECA - a business/marketing club. In my freshman year I won the regionals competition for DECA and competed in States at Virginia Beach. I was also on my high schools Track and Field team for both my freshman and sophomore year. One of my most keen passions is for Kathak – an Indian Classical Dance form which I have been trained for 6 years now. I have just started training for and hope to complete my 2 year post graduate degree in the future too.  My dance group has competed in and won many won numerous competitions. My challenge to myself for this coming year is to add some solo performance medals to my dance wins too.
Joining the International Business Internship Program has given me the opportunity, as a high schooler, to engage in the business world and be able to make a true global impact. I am excited to work alongside my friends in this project to learn and truly make a change at the ground level! I am very thankful and in awe of the support, infrastructure and real time exposure that I am getting from the Leadership initiative team for this transformational service project.

Sarah Ahmed

Class of 2020
Sarah Ahmed

Class of 2020

My name is Sarah Ahmed, and I am a junior at Chantilly High School. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with friends and family, watching netflix and reading. This year, I am taking Advanced Placement and honor classes.

Currently. I am the features section editor for our schools newspaper, The Purple Tide. I also run on our school’s Track and Field team. I am a member of the National, Quill and Scroll Journalism, and Spanish honor societies. I am also a part of multiple clubs such as Key, Future Health Leaders. Outside of school, I volunteer with a tutoring program that helps elementary and middle school kids.

I am very excited to be apart of the International Business Internship Program and for this opportunity. By being a part of this program, I am hoping to have a positive impact on our business partner. I am also hoping to learn a lot from this program to allow myself and others to help make a difference in other people's lives.

Our Business Partner: Restaurant Business

Business Owner: Deborah Obalohun

 

Business Location: State low cost, Opposite Kobi Cinema, Bauchi

 

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Our Challenges

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Our Solutions

Solution 1

Ms. Obalohun’s current menu system does not allow her to easily make changes to her menu prices. With Nigeria’s unstable economy, prices at her local market fluctuate leaving her to change her menu prices which can often cause conflict with customers. In order to inform her customers ahead of time about price changes and other restaurant updates, we will set up a messaging system through Bulk SMS Nigeria. Customers will write down their contact info on a sheet of paper in the restaurant to sing up for this service and Ms. Obalohun can send mass texts to her customers to inform them when prices change. She will also laminate a version of her menu’s with the pricing space left blank. Using expo markers, she can fill in her prices and erase them when they change. Lastly, another version of her menus will be printed without lamination but instead with a disclaimer on the top of the menus stating when prices change and/or that they are temporary. She can then spread these menus around locally for adverting and give them to her catering clients. The team worked diligently and collaborated with Ms Obalohun to develop this solution.

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