Santa Barbara Middle School alumna Arielle Lafuente is one of five recipients of the 2,250 Wharton School graduates to earn the prestigious 2012 Penn Alumni Student of Honor.
This distinguished honor is awarded to those students enrolled in the notable Wharton School of Business who have demonstrated mentorship and effort through their outstanding acts of leadership and community service. Each recipient receives an award with a personalized inscription highlighting the student’s significant community contributions.
Lafuente credits her philanthropic spirit, in part, to Santa Barbara Middle School, as it was there that she first learned about the importance of giving back.
Lafuente says she feels proud to have lived this mantra throughout her time at Penn and looks forward to continuing her philanthropic spirit as a guide, both now and in the future. Noozhawk’s management and editors, in our sole discretion, retain the right to remove individual posts or to revoke the access privileges of anyone who we believe has violated any of these terms or any other term of this agreement; however, we are under no obligation to do so. You are an important ally in our mission to deliver clear, objective, high-quality professional news reporting for Santa Barbara, Goleta and the rest of Santa Barbara County. Noozhawk is a founding member of the national Authentically Local project for independent online media.
Sponsored by the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and the Wharton Sports Business Initiative (WSBI), the Wharton Sports Business Academy (WSBA) is a summer institute that provides an opportunity for talented rising high school juniors and seniors to study sports business leadership at the Wharton School.
Develop and enhance leadership skills through collaborative teamwork in a small team of talented and diverse students.

Living and working with students from the USA and around the world, you will gain a unique perspective on college life. Comments should be relevant and must be free of profanity and abusive language and attacks. Noozhawk encourages intelligent and impassioned discussion and debate, but now has a zero-tolerance policy for those who cannot express their opinions in a civil manner.
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The program examines various academic disciplines as they apply to the sports industry with an overview of the business and legal aspects of various intercollegiate, Olympic and professional sports enterprises. Afternoons will be spent learning from and meeting with some of the most respected leaders in the sports industry in both the classroom and at sports facilities. After class, you can enjoy your choice of on and off-campus activities organized by our staff.
What it means is that because of those that have come before us, all things are possible, so we need to make things possible for the next generation. You will visit some of the region's most important facilities, and ultimately gain insight into the leadership, management, and increasingly global nature of the sports business. Past trips have included visits to Under Armour headquarters and M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Nationals Park in Washington, DC, Citi Field and USTA BJK National Tennis Center in New York, as well as Citizens Bank Park, PPL Park, Wells Fargo Center, Lincoln Financial Field, Comcast headquarters and other historic sports venues in Philadelphia. Residential life is managed by Julian Krinsky Camps & Programs, a leading creator of world-class summer education experiences.
Through academic and co-curricular activities, WSBA students have the opportunity to test their potential as future sports business leaders.

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