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Students participating in our programs are asked to evaluate the program based on their exposure. Students are asked ten questions which they solely answer. Here's what Simeon had to say about SMEL:


Interviewer: What is your name?

Interviewee: Daliyah Gray.

Interviewer: Which cycle did you enjoy the most? Why?

Interviewee: I liked cycle one when we first made the businesses. 

Interviewer: What's your favorite color? Why?

Interviewee: My favorite color is pastel blue and black.

Interviewer: Color psychology in branding shows that color to represent "Trust, Strength, Dependable. " Do you agree/disagree? Why?

Interviewee: I do agree because people can trust and depend on me.  

Interviewer: What excites you about SMEL?

Interviewee: We get to make money by doing something we like to do.

Interviewer: May you share something of significance you learned in SMEL program?

Interviewee: I've learned different crimes and laws. I understand the difference between a misdemeanor and felony.

Interviewer: What business would establish? Why?

Interviewee: A cosmetic business.

Interviewer: Which one of the Ten Leadership Principles you enjoyed learning? Why is it important to you?

Interviewee: #5 "Search for opportunities." Everyone would need to improve and in order to do that, you have to change. 

Interviewer: If you had enough capital to purchase a stock or multiples, which would you? Why?

Interviewee: Not sure yet.

Interviewer: Is there anything SMEL should improve?

Interviewee: I think the tests because they are hard and I sometimes don't have the time to read or I forget. 

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