Junior Achievement of Maine announces winners of TITAN CHALLENGE


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Camden Girl to be Awarded Girls Rock! Award

Camden Girl to be Awarded Girls Rock! Award



Hardy Girls Healthy Women is celebrating Maine girls in its 6th annual Girls Rock! Weekend, April 5-6. The weekend includes the 5th annual Girls Rock! Awards: a ceremony which recognizes the accomplishments of five Maine girls.

Girls Rock! Weekend celebrates girls’ voices in art, music, literature, and society, and the awards honor girls who are using their voices in bold and powerful ways to make Maine a better place for all girls.

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MWPA Hosts November Writing Workshops

The Maine Writers & Publishers Alliance (MWPA) has launched a new series of Saturday writing workshops in November.

Colby Launches Bicentennial Celebration Downtown Oct. 20

Colby College, observing its bicentennial this academic year, will present a historical discussion and a film premiere downtown and a musical performance on campus Saturday, Oct. 20, to help kick off a year-long celebration of two centuries of the College's history. All three events are open to the public.
• From 4 to 6 p.m. at the Hathaway Creative Center on Water Street there will be a reception featuring historic memorabilia, followed by a panel discussion about the world, the city, and the College 200 years ago. The panel discussion, "1813: The World, Waterville, and Colby," begins at 4:30 p.m. and features College Historian Earl Smith on Waterville and Colby's unique relationship, Assistant Professor of History Daniel Tortora on the United States at the time of the College's founding, and Katz Professor of History Raffael Scheck on how world events and conflicts in Europe had important consequences for Maine's statehood and for the foundation of Colby.

Nominate a Student for a Unique Experience: YEA!

Nominate a Student for a Unique Experience: YEA!

YEA! focuses on a broad definition of entrepreneurship - the transformation of an idea into an enterprise that creates value. Nominate a student for this unique experience at
The Southern Midcoast Maine Chamber is excited and proud to bring this program to our region with support from the Kauffman Foundation*, the Maine State Chamber of Commerce, Dept. of Economic and Community Development and Southern New Hampshire University.
Whether it is the newest version of the Baby-sitters Club in the neighborhood, or the Environmental Action campaign at their school, young people have the imagination, courage, and intelligence to develop and launch their own, unique entrepreneurial ideas.
At YEA! students brainstorm ideas for business creation or social change and develop a business plan.