Community engagement project with ArcBarks with 2 classes-Campus Entrepreneurs and Feasibility Analysis

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Keith Debbage talks about Coleman Fellows Program at UNCG in a front page article in the News & Record

http://www.greensboro.com/opinion/columns/keith-g-debbage-greensboro-must-rely-on-home-grown-jobs/article_2e6c035d-f7cb-5700-a1ae-ad15184487a9.html … [Read more...]

Greensboro Paid Internship and Leadership Fellows Program – Deadline 2/20

Faculty Members,  Opportunity Greensboro is seeking Greensboro’s brightest emerging students to dedicate their summer to living, learning and growing in Greensboro as part of the 2017 Summer Fellows Program! Through exclusive local paid internships, students will have special opportunities to advance their 21st century skills, while networking with industry leaders and gaining experience in their career field of interest. In addition, Fellows will benefit from tailored mentorship with local … [Read more...]

CEO Entrepreneur Speaking at UNCG

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2017 Opportunity Greensboro Fellows Program

2017 Opportunity Greensboro Fellows Program CALLING ALL LOCAL COLLEGE STUDENTS Application Deadline February 20, 2017 With an interest in better preparing college students with talent and leadership development opportunities, Opportunity Greensboro is excited for year two of the Opportunity Greensboro Fellows Program in 2017. For more information, here is a quick overview of the program: 10-week summer internship program where local college students have an industry internship, … [Read more...]

Tap the Future Business Competition: MillerLite

Dear NMC Colleagues and Boosters: In February, MillerLite will invite entrepreneurs and small-business owners (who are millennials and younger GenXers, 21 and over) to enter a regional business development plan competition.  Semi-finalists win $20,000 and move on to the national finals.  The winner of the national competition can win up to $200,000 in cash. COMPETITION LOGISTICS The competition takes place in three phases: Business Plan Submissions  Submissions will end sometime … [Read more...]

Arts management internship

Royal Expressions Contemporary Ballet is offering an internship for students interested in nonprofit Arts management. Skills developed will include board development, fundraising, nonprofit Accounting, marketing, and theater production. Retail management internship - Royal Expressions Contemporary Ballet is launching a Dancewear store for gently used and new Dancewear. Students will be responsible for planning a launch party as well as marketing and running the store.  Students will learn … [Read more...]

$2,500 Schulze Foundation Grants Available To Students

The Schulze Family Foundation is providing $2,500 grants to College/University entrepreneurship programs to support the development internal business idea competitions or the preparation of teams for E-Fest. E-Fest is a celebration of undergraduate entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship programs being held at the Schulze School at the University of St. Thomas April 6-8, 2017. It includes a business idea competition, an innovation challenge and a series of professional workshops. Over $250,000 in … [Read more...]

Finalist for the top 3 feasibility analysis in the U.S

  The Small Business Institute (SBI) has notified the Bryan School of Business & Economics that Oden Brothers Brewery from the  ENT/BUS 300 Feasibility Analysis fall 2015 class is a finalist for the top 3 feasibility analysis in the U.S. The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners will be announced at the SBI annual meeting in February. The students on the team were Guadalupe Rodriguez, Kristoffer Holm, Joe Rotondi, Amani … [Read more...]

Fellows program meeting

President of CEO Kincaid Albers, Beth Mannella, Greensboro Internship Program, and Dr. Dianne Welsh, Hayes Chair in Entrepreneurship and CEO Adviser at the CEO meeting November 2, 2016 where Beth spoke. CEO meetings are every other Weds. from 5-6 pm in Bryan 105. Everyone on campus is invited! For more information, contact dhwelsh@uncg.edu … [Read more...]