[Ok-sus] Fwd: Welcome the 2014 Mine Fellows & Projects!
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The Mine is a social innovation project in Tulsa. Please read below about
their fellowship program which this year involves market research for and
pilot launch of Tulsa's first Kitchen Incubator program-providing
affordable kitchen space and entrepreneurial mentorship for low-income and
underserved populations and an expansion strategy for Global Gardens, a
cultural educational and gardening skills program for low-income elementary
and middle school students.
The Fellowship is a nine-month professional program implementing
community-impact and social innovation projects to challenging Tulsa’s top
professional talent. Fellows work in teams of 5 peers on important,
high-visibility projects that benefit Tulsa. Each project receives a
$10,000 seed fund and determines the most effective way to spend the seed
fund, which could include website construction, equipment purchasing,
technology design, or travel to see best practices. During the process,
Fellows learn and experience the best of consulting frameworks from top
management firms and startup methodologies, human-centered design, and Lean
Launch Pad emphasis on customer discovery.
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From: The Mine Tulsa <info at theminetulsa.com>
Date: Tue, Sep 23, 2014 at 4:14 PM
Subject: Welcome the 2014 Mine Fellows & Projects!
To: Eric <ewpollard at gmail.com>
New fellows and projects announced! View this email in your
*Welcome 2014 Mine Fellows & Projects!*
With another successful Boot Camp on the books, it looks like cohort
#2 is well underway! After much anticipation, our fellow teams have been
finalized and the projects are ready to be unveiled. We're excited to
announce our 2014-2015 Mine Fellows and projects! Fellows (left
to right): Kathryn Fox, Rodrigo Rojas, Raghu Menon, Bradford Johnson,
Shaheen Sheikh, Mark Newfeld, Stacy Kaut, Holden Mitchell, Noah Stout
fellows are broken up into two teams, each working on a high-impact,
community-centered project. Here are the 2014-2015 Mine project
This year's Kitchen Incubator team will assist in the launch of Tulsa's
first Kitchen Incubator program-providing affordable kitchen space and
entrepreneurial mentorship for low-income and underserved populations.
Fellows will conduct market research and use key insights to develop and
launch a pilot program as the first phase of a potential food hub in Tulsa.
This year's Global Gardens team will be working to maximize impact and
create hands-on science educational opportunities for low-income children!
Fellows will be tasked with creating and implementing expansion strategy
for Global Gardens that couples their core values and quality programming
with a financially sustainable business model.
*WELCOME REBECCA BUTCHER, MINE PROGRAM MANAGER!*
With our growing base of Fellows, awesome community events, and increased
interest in social entrepreneurship, The Mine needed a full time
visionary. We are excited to formally announce Rebecca Butcher as The Mine
Rebecca was a Cohort 1 Fellow on the One Giant Leap team. She's a social
innovation enthusiast and passionate about community development. Rebecca
spent the summer traveling in South East Asia and visiting social
entrepreneurship organizations. In her free time, Rebecca teaches English
to Burmese refugees. Join us in congratulating Rebecca on her new role!
*UPCOMING OPENMINE* EVENTS* *#URBANINNOVATION OpenMine*
Wednesday, September 24th | 5:00PM - 7:00PM | LTFF Car Shop | RSVP
*Join Julie Lein, President & Co-Founder for a discussion on **urban
innovation, positioning your startup for funding success, and the Tumml
vision for urban revitalization. *
*ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES*
Thursday, October 16th | 5:30PM - 6:30PM |
The Mine is proud to host Nepalese entrepreneur Meele Shrestha, October
16th to speak on entrepreneurship in the developing world. More details to
come! * *OpenMines are curated programming around social innovation
and entrepreneurship open to the community
Email] <info at theminetulsa.com> *The Mine is a catalyst for
social innovation. We're equipping Tulsa's entrepreneurs, creatives,
non-profits, and developers to create a better world.*
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