Grundy County School District

Creative Communities Partner

The Grundy County Schools Creative Community project will promote an awareness of the opportunities that writing computer code can provide for citizens living in a rural community. Through the 100 Girls of Code project, all female students in the fifth grade will learn of possible career choices through a field trip and a one-day workshop where they will be introduced to guest speakers and entrepreneurs in the fields of computer science and coding. The CO:de Catalyst project will engage fifty eleventh and twelfth grade high school students in an enriching code-writing curriculum where students will learn to write code for different applications.

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EPIcenter Memphis President and CEO Joins Inaugural Center for American Entrepreneurship Board of Directors

Nashville, Tenn., (November 6, 2017) – Leslie Lynn Smith, president and CEO of EPIcenter, has joined the Board of Directors for the Center for American Entrepreneurship (CAE), a nonpartisan policy, research, and advocacy organization. CAE’s mission is to engage policymakers in Washington, and at the state and local level across the nation, regarding … read more

How to be a Better Business Owner: 3 Tips to Increase Productivity and Happiness

Written by Rebekah Collinsworth, Marketing Director at Accountfully   There’s a lot that goes into running a business. For even the most realistic of entrepreneurs and business owners, it ultimately ends up being more work than they ever imagined it would be at the outset. And unfortunately, because many of them try … read more