A listing of community-wide Back to School events sponsored in part by JCPS.
Attending college can be quite expensive for students and their families. Luckily, there are many college scholarships and contests available to help pay for a college education. Students should seek out and apply for scholarships in which they meet the eligibility requirements. Below are 69 college scholarships and contests with August 2015 deadlines. Only brief information about each scholarship is listed. Therefore, students are encouraged to visit the scholarship websites to get further details about eligibility and requirements.
June 29, 2015
National and local leaders came together today to celebrate as Community Ventures, a Kentucky-based nonprofit corporation, broke ground on Louisville's first kitchen incubator, Chef Space, located in the Russell Neighborhood. Chef Space will occupy the former Jay's Cafeteria and will provide commercial kitchen space and business support services for up to 50 food- related early stage businesses. The facility will also house a retail outlet and meeting spaces open to the community. Community Ventures is renovating the 13,000-square-foot site with a late October opening planned as the first phase of a comprehensive neighborhood revitalization project.
Louisville Central Community Centers has raised more than $10 million to fund to redevelop facilities at its headquarters at 13th Street and West Muhammad Ali Boulevard.
The renovations include a nearly completed 19,000-square-foot small-business incubator. As it stands, the building is mostly empty, with spaces to be fitted out as offices for 12 to 15 companies.
The nonprofit needs about $140,000 more to finish the incubator space and open it for businesses, said Sam Watkins Jr., president and CEO of LCCC. "We are awful close to making it happen."
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