Ugly Apparel was started by Kelly Meissner in the summer of 2013. Kelly is a graduate of the University of the Arts with a BFA in Illustration. While in college, Kelly was trained as a tattoo artist and even opened her own shop in her senior year of college. Watch the incubator summary video here: https://vimeo.com/99141586.
Two or three local nonprofits share how they’re using online marketing and social media/networking to achieve their goals and objectives. Then the crowd (that’s you!) participates in a facilitated discussion about how each organization might use the social web to even greater effect.
You've probably heard the word "gamification" thrown around in the education community, but what does it actually mean? We're excited to have special guest (and EdTech Meetup member) Professor Kevin Werbach do a Gamification workshop for us.
Open Access Philly is a network of passionate, engaged and active Philadelphia citizens.They believe every citizen with a passion for their community should be able to positively impact it without bureaucratic impediments.
Are you concerned with the security of your organization's data? Your sensitive employee, client, volunteer or donor information could be highly vulnerable, along with your reputation and future. While high-profile data leaks dominate the headlines, 85% of all data breaches occur at the small organization / small business level.
The Milken-Penn GSE Education Business Plan Competition (EBPC), launched in 2010, is the first business plan competition to focus exclusively on educational ventures. The Milken Family Foundation and the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education (GSE), entities committed to innovation and excellence in education, formed this partnership with the intent to nurture entrepreneurial activity in the education space.
The 2014 application period is open from December 2, 2013 to January 15, 2013.
How much do you know about money and music, and the copyright laws, licenses and agreements that frequently determine who gets paid, and how much? Take one – or all – of these quizzes and see how you measure up!
Each quiz has 10 questions that get progressively more difficult. For each question you get right, you get a point. If, perchance, you get some questions wrong, we will provide you with information about the correct answer. You’ll see your score at the end, and you’ll be able to download a report or share the results with your friends.