Three Wayne State University student ventures are one step closer to realizing their entrepreneurial goals after undergoing a rigorous mentoring program and being awarded pre-seed capital from Blackstone LaunchPad’s Warrior Fund Competition.
We Build Character, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, has partnered with the Michigan Council of Women in Technology to provide its Elevate Leadership Mentoring Program as part of MCWT’s annual mentoring program.
Winning Futures, the Warren nonprofit for high school youth, is recruiting a full-time public relations specialist to create and coordinate projects for marketing, donor recognition, events, and mentor recruitment.
ROCHESTER (WWJ) – Well over 100 of the region’s top technology minds gathered at the Royal Park Hotel in Rochester Thursday for Midwest Technology Leaders 2011. The day-long conference covered a wide variety of IT […]
The Ann Arbor Athena PowerLink program is accepting applications from women business owners in Washtenaw County who wish to participate in the program. The program, designed for women-owned businesses beyond the initial startup difficulties, links […]