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Events


Legal Clinic with Baker Donelson
Apr
4
3:30 PM15:30

Legal Clinic with Baker Donelson

Sign up for a 30 minute consultation session with a lawyer from Baker Donelson in McWhorter 113.

This is a great opportunity to discuss your business and get advice from a legal professional. This event is free for students--an incredible value for the legal aid you will receive. 

Sign up at the link below and contact belmontetp@belmont.edu with any questions regarding this event.

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The Hatchery Is Closed
Apr
2
to Apr 7

The Hatchery Is Closed

The Hatchery will be closed April 2nd - April 7th to accommodate the United States Tennis Association while they are on campus for the Davis Cup. During this time students may use Johnson 305 as an alternative from 8am to 7pm each day.

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Legal Clinic with Baker Donelson
Mar
28
3:30 PM15:30

Legal Clinic with Baker Donelson

Sign up for a 30 minute consultation session with a lawyer from Baker Donelson in The Hatchery.

This is a great opportunity to discuss your business and get advice from a legal professional. This event is free for students--an incredible value for the legal aid you will receive. 

Sign up at the link below and contact belmontetp@belmont.edu with any questions regarding this event.

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House Of Presents: The True Cost
Mar
16
6:30 PM18:30

House Of Presents: The True Cost

House Of presents The True Cost, an award-winning documentary exposing the unethical practices of the fashion industry. Join the House Of staff in learning about where your clothes really come from and who makes them. After the movie a panel of local fashion industry members will answer questions and give their take on the current status of the industry. Students who attend will receive Society and the Arts and Sciences convocation credit.

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Called Collective: Impact of Social Networks
Feb
22
6:00 PM18:00

Called Collective: Impact of Social Networks

Co-founded by Belmont alumni, Jocelyn Youngdahl and Breanna Workman, Called Collective challenges entrepreneurs and other businesspeople to do work that matters. Or as they put it, "Work that shines above the rest, not because of our own selfish talent, but because God has called us to a career filled with passion and intentionality." Join Called Collective this Thursday to discuss the impact your social network can have on your life if you work to develop it with integrity and intentionality early in your career. Click here to learn more and get your tickets.

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Launch Meetup: 4GenNOW
Feb
21
6:00 PM18:00

Launch Meetup: 4GenNOW

4GenNow is an international and intergenerational movement that inspires 4 generations of entrepreneurs (iGen, Millennial, Gen X and Baby Boomer) to launch startups together. Join them on Thursday from 6-7pm for their Nashville chapter launch event. Attend to learn more and get connected within the Nashville entrepreneurial community. Click here for more details.

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Creatives Chat
Jan
31
10:00 AM10:00

Creatives Chat

Learn from a panel of creatives in Nashville as they “tell all” about the realities of pursuing their passions. Gain tips for developing your brand, marketing yourself (and your work), customer/fan acquisition and resources for self-employed creatives. Co-sponsored by the Office of Career & Professional Development and the Center for Entrepreneurship.

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If I Had a Hammer
Dec
1
10:00 AM10:00

If I Had a Hammer

This month’s Belmont Enactus guest speaker is social entrepreneur, Perry Wilson, Founder and CEO of If I Had A Hammer Inc., which is a children’s education program working in inner-cities and low-income areas around the United States. Hammer’s 5th grade curriculum utilizes non-traditional kinesthetic teaching methods revolutionizing fraction education. Having worked across the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico, Perry Wilson has been impacting the lives of children and families in places needed most.

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Business Pitch Competition
Nov
15
10:00 AM10:00

Business Pitch Competition

Massey Boardroom

Up to 10 student entrepreneurs will pitch their businesses to a panel of judges in a Shark-Tank Style competition. The winners will receive cash prizes and business-building tools to help grow their ventures.

The students who will be participating in this competition are:

Brett McCauley: Vibe Life Co.

Reggie Ordonez: Grind Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Fitness

Justin Bavier: Dime

Emily Waddell: The Honest Consumer

Austin Woodruff: Runway Audio

Suzanna Stapler: Squillustrate

Rok Jung: Quistler, Inc.

Jordon Washington: College In Color

Ryan Reisdorf: PlaceMat

Quita Daugherty: The Creative Collective

Our Winners:

In Third Place, with winnings of $100: Placemat

In Second Place, with winnings of $200: Squillustrate

In First Place, with winnings of $500: Dime

Thank you to everyone who came and competed, and congradulations to our winners!

 

 

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