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K-12 Programs

In order to create a more ethical business climate in the region, the BB&T Center for Ethical Leadership believes that educating students early in their careers on the topic of business ethics will help build more ethical future leaders. To do so, the BB&T Center for Ethical Leadership has created the BEE program for high school students.

Business Ethics: Educate (BEE-1)

The BB&T Center for Ethical Leadership has developed the Business Ethics: Educate (BEE-1) high school program in ethics education.

Business Ethics Educate Treatment

BEE-1 brings over 600 high school students from the north Georgia region each year to the UNG campuses for a half-day program focused on facilitating discussions on ethical behavior, providing an understanding of an ethical decision-making process, and increasing student awareness of the importance of ethical behavior in business.

Students attending BEE program

The BEE-1 program consists of three foundational courses:

  • Ethics: Framework, Decision-Making and Self Branding
  • Organizational Ethics
  • ACTIVITY: Are your ethics for sale?

Click the Resources drop down below to review the program guide and related materials for BEE-1.

BEE-1 Additional Resources

Below we have provided additional information on the BEE-1 Program:

BEE-1 Program Guide

BEE-1 Program Schedule Template

BEE-1 Name Tag Template (FRONT / BACK)

BEE-1 Program Welcome Letter

BEE-1 Program Sign/Backdrop

BEE-1 Certificate Template

Business Ethics: Experience (BEE-2)

Business Ethics Experience

With BEE-2, the BB&T Center for Ethical Leadership brings over 100 high school students from north Georgia to the Lanier Charter Career Academy for a full-day simulation focused on immersing students in a business environment, developing critical thinking in ethical decision-making through real scenarios, and defending ethical decisions to a live panel of business community leaders.

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