Elizabeth Clay, Director of Grassroots Governance
We had a great young adults discussion last Wednesday in Springfield- thanks to everyone who joined us. Topics spanned affordable housing, education and transportation between Greater Springfield and the colleges in Hampshire county.
For young entrepreneurs and students who want to connect with new companies and investment opportunities- attending conferences is a good approach (but they often cost money). This quick clip shows panelist and new media entrepreneur Brendan Ciecko and EOHED Secretary Greg Bialecki talking about a funding opportunity for students who want to connect with local start ups and business events:
The conversation is just beginning- it would be great to hear from folks in the western part of the state who didn’t attend- what issue would you have raised?
This week, join Labor and Workforce Development Secretary Suzanne Bump and young leaders in the South Coast region for a conversation about what makes Massachusetts strong and where we can improve. Share the perspective from where you are!
The next meeting is Tuesday, September 29th at 6pm at UMass Dartmouth-Woodland Commons
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