Earlham College is pleased to offer students of Wayne County Chamber of Commerce members the Earlham College Hometown Scholarship, which is valued at $2,500 each year for four years. By combining merit-based scholarships with this new Hometown Scholarship, students from Wayne County may be eligible for up to $32,500 each year in Earlham funding. Information about all of Earlham's scholarships can be found at earlham.edu/scholarships.
Article provided by the US Chamber.
We need an “Operation: Warp Speed for jobs” to ensure America experiences a great economic resurgence.
Today, the Chamber launched America Works, a new initiative to address the worker shortage business owners across the country and across industries are facing.
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63% of people in their twenties want to be their own boss, according to a 2013 University of Phoenix study. And while it’s arduous work, the lure of the freelance and entrepreneurial culture these days is incredibly strong. Some people are called to it with a unique idea or talent, while others spend years mulling over what kind of business they want to start.
It always surprises me when people are more in love with the idea of “a business” than “the business.” Many these days know they want to be entrepreneurs long before they have the idea that will help them become one. But if you’re ready, here’s how you can begin your path to business ownership.
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Wayne County, Indiana– The Wayne County Broadband Taskforce, in partnership with Purdue University Center for Regional Development, released the county-wide broadband survey results today. The online survey was conducted in March and covered a wide range of topics including usage, actual speeds, and lack of access. Here are some key highlights:
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