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Ice House Entrepreneur Spotlight: Brew 56

Mark and Stacy Clark completed the Ice House Entrepreneurship Program in Rice County. Here, Stacy talks about the impact that this program has had on them and how it helped them launch their business, Brew 56, in Lyons, KS.

14 Businesses Receive Funding from NetWork Kansas During August

Congratulations to the 4 businesses that received funding from NetWork Kansas during July.

YEC Series Student Spotlight: Ethan Lang, Making Cents of Finance

Ethan Lang competed in the 2018-2019 YEC Series in Ellis County and placed first in his local event. In April 2019, he won first place in the Existing Business Division of the KEC State Championship.

4 Businesses Receive Funding from NetWork Kansas During July

Congratulations to the 4 businesses that received funding from NetWork Kansas during July.

Another Year of Youth Entrepreneurship

In June, NetWork Kansas wrapped up the 2018-2019 season of the Youth Entrepreneurship (YEC) Series with our third annual YEC Summit. This was the sixth year of the program and the most successful yet!

Wedding Crashers & E-Community, yes there's a connection.

"All we can do is use the information at hand to make the best decision possible.” Erik Pedersen explores the E-Community framework and its goals to create a national best-practice model.

13 Businesses Receive Funding from NetWork Kansas During June

Congratulations to the 13 businesses that received funding from NetWork Kansas during June.

10 Businesses Receive Funding from NetWork Kansas During May

Congratulations to the 10 businesses that received funding from NetWork Kansas during May.

FIVE NEW COMMUNITIES SELECTED TO JOIN THE E-COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP

Five communities have been selected by NetWork Kansas to participate in its innovative Entrepreneurship (E-) Community Partnership.

Who Knew Learning Could be So Fun! A day in Young AmeriTowne® of Kansas

magic of Young AmeriTowne® happens. Young AmeriTowne® of Kansas (referred to as Towne) is a six-week curriculum designed for 5th and 6th grades that teaches basic economics, banking, money management, government, communications, philanthropy, and employment. The culmination of the classroom experience is a field trip to Young AmeriTowne of Kansas in Lenora.