SQUARE1, where ideas start and grow, is pleased to honor several of our community’s leaders and entrepreneurs at their 3rd Annual Startup Scholars High School Pitch Competition Luncheon, co-hosted with Orchestrate Technologies. Join us at St. Elizabeth Training & Education Center in Erlanger to witness the region’s top high school innovators pitch their ideas, Shark-Tank style. During this event SQUARE1 is excited to honor Garren Colvin, CEO of St. Elizabeth Healthcare; Darqueze Dennard, Cincinnati Bengals Cornerback; Dan Groneck of U.S. Bank; Barbara Smith, Founder and President of Journey Steel; Jackie Reau, Co-Founder and CEO of Game Day Communications; and Tony Shipley, Founder and Chair of Queen City Angels. Each honoree will receive a special award highlighting his or her impact on the community.
SQUARE1 is proud to celebrate these community leaders, who have set a high example for the younger population, and is encouraging high school students to follow in their footsteps by taking a more active role in this event. Students are helping with the promotion and execution of the newly-branded event, and have officially renamed it “Next”.
Sponsorships, Tables, and Seats are on sale now for the April 3rd event. Tickets and additional info can be found at https://ideastartgrow.com.
SQUARE1 is seeking employers to host students in internships, part-time and summer work, or job shadows and field trips. If you are interested in supporting SQUARE1 and these students with a donation or with work opportunities please reach out to Keith at email@example.com.
SQUARE1, a not-for-profit company, is an entrepreneur education and business igniter providing resources to a broad range of professionals and students to help turn ideas and interests into thriving businesses and careers. Our mission is to uncover, educate, support, and inspire emerging entrepreneurs.