2017 and Mid-Year 2018 Progress Report for The Leader in Me

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The Business Education Partnership (BEP) – a OneMacon initiative – is a success story with chapters that continue to prove the #OneMaconWay. BEP Co-Chair Blake Sullivan reports on the success of the community-wide fundraising effort to raise $2.189 million to place The Leader in Me in all 28 public elementary and middle schools in the Bibb County School District (BCSD). After setting that goal, we exceeded it!

We now have 21 elementary, middle, and high schools engaged in The Leader in Me Process. Beginning in August 2018, Southwest High School will be the first high school in the BCSD to engage in the leadership skills of The Leader in Me, using these skills to help become college, career, and workforce ready. Read More

Young Entrepreneurs Academy Students Receive Investments and Winner Competes at Global Competition

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This Friday, May 4, the Investor Panel winner, Katie Davis, CEO of Same Stars Canvas, will pitch her non-profit business at the Saunders Competition in Rochester, New York. She will compete against more than 100 other young entrepreneurs, from around the world, for up to $30,000 in college scholarships and business startup prizes.

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The Middle Georgia Regional Library System Goes Beyond the Books

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The OneMacon steering committee welcomed representatives from Middle Georgia Regional Library System to speak about their community-driven mission to better the lives of residents of all ages in the Central Georgia area. Serving nearly 257,000 residents in six counties, the Regional Library System offers a variety of programs and resources that reinforce the spirit of the “OneMacon Way.” Read More

$2.1 Million Fundraising Goal Met to Implement “The Leader in Me”

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Leadership Development will Now be Integrated into Every Bibb County School District Elementary and Middle School

Macon, Ga.The Leader in Me process will now be implemented in every Bibb County School District elementary and middle school thanks to a successful community-based fundraising campaign. The $2.1 million goal was met less than 10 months after the Business Education Partnership announced its goals in March of this year.

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