The Northwest Observer did a front page story on the Classroom to Food Market Pipeline (CFMP) for Stokesdale Elementary’s AIG class. Click Here or the image to read the complete article on
page 1 & page 10.
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Columnist Joel Landau of YES! Weekly was kind enough to do a full page article on our Classroom to Food Pantry Pipeline (CFPP) along with future food related plans.
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The Classroom to Food Pantry Pipeline (CFPP) for Spring 2016 at Ragsdale High School was profiled on CharacterMattersNC.org which is a joint project between WRAL 50 and NCDPI highlighting student service learning efforts.
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ReBuildUp’s Food Bike program at Ragsdale High School including contest winners and Renaissance Church’s Food Bank were showcased in the Wednesday, April 6th, 2016 edition of the Jamestown News.
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The first place winner of December 2015’s PitchPocalypse business plan contest for Ragsdale High School’s Fall 2015 ReBuildUp Startup Program was profiled in the January, 20th, 2016 Jamestown News.
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The High Point Enterprise on Friday, January 22nd, 2016 profiled the top three out of five teams that competed in the PitchPocalypse business plan contest to finish up ReBuildUp’s Startup Program at High Point Friends School.
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First place winner of May 2015’s PitchPocalypse business plan contest, Heather Pendrack, was the subject of a full article in the Jamestown News for her 3D scanning startup Pendragon 3D Arts, LLC. Here’s an excerpt:
“Technology is taking Heather Pendrak from 3D modeling with clay to creating 3D replicas with a computer. The Ragsdale game art and design teacher recently won first place in ReBuildUp, LLC’s PitchPocalypse business plan contest that will help her take her idea for a 3D scanning company, Pendragon 3D Arts, several steps closer to reality... ‘Winning the contest has created interest from students in starting a business.'”
Our March 2015 PitchPocalypse winner was featured on News14 that night and into the next day.
Learn more and RSVP for the event here.
“Economic Literacy Series Open to Greensboro Teens”
by Whitney Kenerly
“Summer is all fun and games for a teen until they realize they have no idea how to balance a checkbook. With a heated national discourse around the financial struggles of post-grads squeezed by student debt and low-income jobs, the Greensboro Public Library and Greensboro Municipal Federal Credit Union have teamed up for an Economic Literacy Summer Series.
The series consists of programs held from June 7 to August 5 designed by ReBuildUp, a company based in Greensboro that provides resources to “inspire the current and next generation of entrepreneurs about economics and business.”
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This is the same magazine 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place Pitch Drill Contest Winners will be featured in for the May Issue. So come on out!
It’s confirmed. The story Time Warner Cable News14 (Triad) did on the Sunday, January 19th Economy Jr at Deep Roots aired multiple times that night and into the next day. No sign of the story posted on their website. If we find something, we’ll let everyone know!
Look for our upcoming Economy, Jr. event being held Sunday, January 19th at Deep Roots Market in Downtown Greensboro from 2:00-3:30pm mentioned in the News Brief section (page 13) of Natural Triad Magazine’s January Issue.
NTM can be found at over 1,000 locations throughout the Triad (Guilford, Forsyth, Alamance, Randolph, Rockingham, Stokes and Davidson counties).