Applications open for IDEA Bank’s annual High School Entrepreneurship Camp

Entrepreneur Camp focuses on teaching high schoolers what they need to know for successful business launches.

Entrepreneur Camp focuses on teaching high schoolers what they need to know for successful business launches.

Applications for Troy University’s IDEA Bank summer entrepreneurship camp “Just Start!” are open, and just 10 seats are available.

The one-week program, now in its third year, is designed for high school-aged students who have an idea for a new business or who have entrepreneurial aspirations.

Lynne Firmin George

The program kicks off Monday, July…

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Grant making a difference through simulated education in TROY’s School of Nursing

Simulations such as this one held in April help to prepare students with hands-on learning opportunities.

Simulations such as this one held in April help to prepare students with hands-on learning opportunities.

Faculty from Troy University’s School of Nursing are putting grant funds received last fall to good use by providing students with hands-on experience using simulation-based programs.

The $1.5 million grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Resources, written by faculty members Dr. Rebecca Allen-Jones, Nikki Chen,…

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Boys State delegates gain leadership skills, form lasting friendships during their week at TROY

TROY football coach Gerad Parker speaks to Boys State delegates on the Troy Campus on Thursday evening.

TROY football coach Gerad Parker speaks to Boys State delegates on the Troy Campus on Thursday evening.

Close to 500 high school students spent the week at Troy University learning the importance of good citizenship and valuable leadership skills as a part of the 87th American Legion Alabama Boys State.

Boys State traces its roots to 1935 when the first event took place on the grounds of the Illinois State Fair. Creation…

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HOBY seeks to teach rising high school juniors ‘how to think, not what to think’

The Alabama HOBY Youth Leadership Seminar opened at Troy University for its 20th year on the Troy Campus. (TROY photo/Joey Meredith)

The Alabama HOBY Youth Leadership Seminar opened at Troy University for its 20th year on the Troy Campus. (TROY photo/Joey Meredith)

For TROY alumna LeighAshton Nuss, the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Seminar at Troy University is a ‘coming home’ experience.

Nuss serves the organization as Alabama’s Leadership Seminar Chair, a volunteer position the fourth-grade teacher at New Market, AL Moore’s Mill Intermediate School sees as impactful on the state.

“HOBY is a worldwide leadership seminar for…

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