CHC Announces 5th Annual Red "C" Business Challenge

Led by Paul Brooks ’82 – Brooks Financial Group, and Geoff Foltyn ’00 – Calvert Hall, the Red “C” Challenge creates and fosters a foundation for current Calvert Hall students to develop and advance their entrepreneurial spirit; business ideas, leadership qualities and innovative thinking through various challenges and competitions.


Joseph A. Baker ’76, Chief Administrative Officer at Calvert Hall, is pleased to announce the fifth annual Red “C “ Business Challenge. Led by Paul Brooks ’82 – Brooks Financial Group, and Geoff Foltyn ’00 – Calvert Hall, the Red “C” Challenge creates and fosters a foundation for current Calvert Hall students to develop and advance their entrepreneurial spirit; business ideas, leadership qualities and innovative thinking through various challenges and competitions.

Baker shares, “We have had outstanding success with the Red “C” Business Challenge over the years and we are excited to announce this year’s Challenge. These Challenges provide the students with real world and business learning experiences that enhance their classroom instruction.  It’s a great opportunity to not only build a business plan, but also interact with alumni mentors and judges. We are grateful to our alums whom participate and support this program.” 

The competition is open to all Calvert Hall students. Special recognition awards and prizes will be awarded for team success as well as individual merit.

For more information about this year’s Challenge please visit our website at:  www.calverthall.com/RedCChallenge.  The winning team will be announced and present their business concept at an Alumni Business Circle reception that will be held at Calvert Hall on April 26, 2017. For more information, contact Geoff Foltyn at foltyng@calverthall.com.

Calvert Hall, a Catholic college preparatory school for young men in grades 9-12, has been conducted by the De La Salle Christian Brothers since its founding in 1845 and at its present location in Towson since 1960.  It has twice been recognized as an Exemplary School by the U.S. Department of Education.
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