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Recap in pictures of ReBuildUp promoting the Economic Literacy Summer Series sponsored by Greensboro Municipal Federal Credit Union at the Teen Summit near the Greensboro Cultural Center Saturday, May 31st.
The crowds begin to form.
Nearby booths next to the Greensboro Public Library’s table.
ReBuildUp’s section at the Greensboro Public Library’s table.
Economy, Jr. provides students with insight into both sides of the economic coin by having them choose at the start of the game whether they want to play as a customer spending a month’s paycheck from their chosen career on necessities such as housing, groceries, child care, and more or as a merchant selling these products to customers to cover daily overhead and hopefully post a profit.
From here, Noah is heading to Greensboro Partnership’s Triad Startup Lab 2014 which is a Greensboro based 10 week business accelerator for promising new businesses.
Justin Streuli, Director of the North Carolina Entrepreneurship Center (right), Noah Cameron, Owner of Bow Times (center), and Sam Funchess, President of the Nussbaum Center.
Justin Streuli modeling Bow Times‘ signature product.
The Nussbaum Center’s Entrepreneur Group “Shift” has it’s Monthly Meeting, Greensboro Hackerspace / The Forge’s first meeting of the Month, Kathleen Clay Library hosts Economy, Jr., and FabLocker’s Hackerspace Open Night. This episode is being simulcast on WQFS 90.9 FM Guilford College Radio.
Show Notes / Mentioned Events:
Wednesday June 4th to Tuesday June 10th
– WEDNESDAY –
– THURSDAY –
Greensboro Hackerspace / The Forge
1st Monthly Meeting
– SATURDAY –
– MONDAY –
Open House | 7:00pm
– BUY LOCAL –
Triad Local First’s Mobile Directory
– CASHLESS INCUBATOR OPPORTUNITIES –
Tomorrow on Wednesday, June 4th from 6-7pm at the Nussbaum Center will be Shift‘s monthly meeting (always the first Wednesday of the Month). Our startup guest will be Noah Cameron, a graduating high school entrepreneur looking for marketing and market access advice for his startup “Bow Times” which is a wooden bow tie company: https://www.facebook.com/BowTimes
Join us as we help improve his business and maybe get some ideas for your own.
Noah participated in ReBuildUp’s Jobs Course at Noble Academy this year and his startup will be taking part in Greensboro Partnership’s Triad Startup Lab 2014 which is a Greensboro based business accelerator for promising new businesses.
Shift is the entrepreneur group for the Nussbaum Center and regular volunteer organizer for ReBuildUp events. Shift meets regularly at the Nussbaum Center located on 1451 South Elm-Eugene Street near downtown Greensboro.
ReBuildUp is happy to announce the Economic Literacy Summer Series at Greensboro Public Library sponsored by Greensboro Municipal Federal Credit Union at all seven library branch locations starting June 7th and finishing up August 5th.
ReBuildUp will be promoting the Summer Series at the Teen Summit this Saturday, May 31st from 3-6pm at the Greensboro Cultural Center on 200 N. Davie St. in Greensboro.
The following is a list of the dates, times, locations and programs of the Summer Series:
Kathleen Clay Library – Saturday, June 7th @ 2-3:30pm
RSVP by calling 336-373-2923
Hemphill Library – Tuesday, June 17th @ 6:30-8:00
RSVP by calling 336-373-2925
Benjamin Library – Saturday, June 21st @ 10:30am-1:00pm
Jobs Course (Economy, Jr. plus Pitch Drill)
RSVP by calling 336-373-7540
McGirt-Horton – Thursday, July, 17th @ 6-7:30pm
RSVP by calling 336-373-5810
Vance Chavis – Thursday, July 24th @ 6-7:30pm
Economy, Jr. (this is the Jobs Course held as a series)
RSVP by calling 336-373-5838
Glenwood Library – Saturday, July 26th @ 2-3:30pm
RSVP by calling 336-297-5000
Vance Chavis – Thursday, July 31st @ 6-7:30pm
Pitch Drill (this is the Jobs Course held as a series)
RSVP by calling 336-373-5838
Central Library – Tuesday, August 5th @ 6-7:30pm
RSVP by calling 336-373-2471
Come out to the Teen Summit at the Greensboro Cultural Center, 200 N. Davie St. this Saturday afternoon to learn more about ReBuildUp’s programs in person as we help promote the Economic Literacy Summer Series at the Greensboro Public Library table.
“The City of Greensboro is hosting a Teen Summit from 3-6 pm Saturday, May 31 at the Greensboro Cultural Center, 200 N. Davie St. Free food and refreshments will be served for all teenagers present from 4-5 pm, along with music and entertainment. The Teen Summit will help inform teens on what programs, events, and activities are available throughout the summer. More than 15 local service providers will be on hand with information for teens and providing guidance on such things as career development and how to become a leader in your community.”
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