Economy Jr at Reynolda Manor Library, July 23rd

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PUBLIC (FREE) EVENT Wednesday, July 23rd from 4:00-5:30pm, an Economy, Jr. will be held at Reynolda Manor Library in Winston-Salem.  Ages 11-19 are welcome to participate.

This event is sponsored by Summit Credit Union with VentuRealization helping provide volunteers.

There’s still time to register your teenager for this event by filling out this RSVP form:

[This Event is Now Complete]

Pictures from Glenwood Library Jobs Course sponsored by GMFCU

Pictures of setup before the Jobs Course event at Glenwood Library on Saturday, March 22nd, 2014 sponsored by Greensboro Municipal Federal Credit Union:
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Some of the game pieces for Economy, Jr. lined up waiting for players.
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Occupation Lists from Economy, Jr.
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Pencils, Calculators, and Snacks for participants.

We’ll post photos of ReBuildUp’s Jobs Course (Economy, Jr. plus Pitch Drill) being played at Glenwood Library later in the week.
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3/22 Glenwood Library and Cashless Incubator


Bring your teen to Glenwood Library this Saturday from 2-4:30pm for the Jobs Course so they can be eligible for the Cashless Incubator.

CINC-banner-SHIFTThe NC Triad Cashless Incubator has officially been launched with the sign up form found at shifthere.org

3/22 Judges: Greensboro Community Development Fund, East Market Street Development Corp., and UNCG’s Office of Innovation Commercialization

The judging panel for our Saturday, March 22nd 2:00-4:30pm Jobs Course event at Glenwood Library has been finalized.  It will consist of:
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Jerome Gray, Executive Director of Greensboro Community Development Fund
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Phil Barnhill, Director of Operations of East Market Street Development Corporation
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Lisa Goble, PhD of UNCG’s Office of Innovation Commercialization

REMINDER: Pitch Drill Contest Saturday 3/8 1-2:30pm @ Deep Roots Market Sponsored by Business Cents


Tomorrow’s the day for our Pitch Drill Contest at Deep Roots Market in Downtown Greensboro from 1-2:30pm.

Show up, write up a quick plan for the topic picked, and make your pitch to our panel of volunteer judges:

Evan Morrison of Gate City Dry Goods representing Triad Local First, Roger Cubicciotti of VentuRealization, and Joel Landau, former General Manager of Deep Roots Market

Top 3 Contestants get featured in the May Issue of Natural Triad Magazine.

Business Cents, a small business bookkeeping service, is sponsoring the event with Shift, the Nussbaum Center’s startup group, providing
assistance.

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NEW DATE: Economy Jr. @ Noble Academy March 17th Sponsored by Business Cents

DR-Crest-PD-3.17-800The private Economy, Jr. event scheduled for Tuesday, March 4th at Noble Academy was postponed due to incremental weather.  The new event date is  Monday, March 17th.

Business Cents, a small business bookkeeping service, is sponsoring the event with Shift, the Nussbaum Center’s startup group, providing assistance.

VIDEO: Jobs Course @ Glenwood Library March 22nd Sponsored by Greensboro Municipal Federal Credit Union

PUBLIC (FREE) EVENT – On Saturday, March 22nd, teenagers at Glenwood Library from 2-4:30pm will be taking part in ReBuildUp’s Jobs Course that has them play Economy, Jr., an Economic Literacy game, and Pitch Drill, a fast paced business plan and pitching contest.

Judges for the Pitch Drill part of the event will be Jerome Gray, Executive Director of Greensboro Community Development Fund, the East Market Street Development Corporation, Phil Barnhill, Director of Operations of East Market Street Development Corporation, and Lisa Goble, PhD of UNCG’s Office of Innovation Commercialization.

By completing both games, players will be eligible to enter their own business concepts to the Cashless Incubator for review by area businesses in hopes of landing internships, jobs, or resources for their startup idea.

Greensboro Municipal Federal Credit Union, Building Lifelong  relationships one Member at a Time, is sponsoring the event with Shift, the Nussbaum Center’s startup group, providing assistance.

If you have a teenager that can benefit from economic and entrepreneur literacy, please come out for the event at Glenwood Library, 1901 W. Florida St., Greensboro, NC 27403

Jobs Course @ Glenwood Library March 22nd Sponsored by Greensboro Municipal Federal Credit Union

rebuildup_gLENWOOD 3-22-800PUBLIC (FREE) EVENT – On Saturday, March 22nd, teenagers at Glenwood Library from 2-4:30pm will be taking part in ReBuildUp’s Jobs Course that has them play Economy, Jr., an Economic Literacy game, and Pitch Drill, a fast paced business plan and pitching contest.

Judges for the Pitch Drill event will be coming from Greensboro Community Development Fund and the East Market Street Development Corporation.

By completing both games, players will be eligible to enter their own business concepts to the Cashless Incubator for review by area businesses in hopes of landing internships, jobs, or resources for their startup idea.

Greensboro Municipal Federal Credit Union, Building Lifelong  relationships one Member at a Time, is sponsoring the event with Shift, the Nussbaum Center’s startup group, providing assistance.

If you have a teenager that can benefit from economic and entrepreneur literacy, please come out for the event at Glenwood Library, 1901 W. Florida St., Greensboro, NC 27403

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