MTSU 2019 Fall Career Fair

  MTSU’s largest on-campus fair for the academic year with over 500 students and 150 employers typically attending. Meet students from the No. 1 producer of graduates for the Greater Nashville economy. This fair is for employers offering entry-level professional positions and/or supervised career-track internships and co-ops. Graduate and Professional School admissions recruiters are also…

Applications Available for Youth Leadership Brentwood Class of 2020

  Youth Leadership Brentwood, a program to provide students from Brentwood area schools a hands-on exploration of many different aspects of Brentwood and the surrounding communities, while enhancing their leadership skills, is accepting applications through September 13 for the Class of 2020. High school sophomores and juniors are eligible to apply if they either live…

Applications Available for Youth Leadership Brentwood Class of 2020

  Youth Leadership Brentwood, a program to provide students from Brentwood area schools a hands-on exploration of many different aspects of Brentwood and the surrounding communities, while enhancing their leadership skills, is accepting applications through September 13 for the Class of 2020. High school sophomores and juniors are eligible to apply if they either live…

New Superintendent Golden Reflects on Career and Future WCS Goals

  After spending weeks as the interim superintendent for Williamson County Schools, Jason Golden sported his fully fledged superintendent title for the first time on June 18 and hit the ground running, sending out emails reminding staff of WCS’s goal to serve students.  The Williamson County Board of Education voted the night prior to approve Golden’s contract, officially signing him…

Leadership Franklin Awards College Scholarship to Local Student

  Leadership Franklin presented a $1,500 college scholarship to Williamson County student Amanda Haylett on June 5th. This scholarship is awarded annually to high school seniors or current college students who display their commitment to Williamson County through service and demonstrated community leadership. Applicants are selected based on grade point average, quality of essay, and…

Columbia State Sustainable Business Administration Certification Program

Businesses are realizing there are benefits to having team members know and understand sustainability and its impact on strategy and operations.  Society is asking more often and with growing intensity that companies not only deliver financial performance but also respond to broader societal challenges as well. Approaching business through the lens of sustainability provides a…

Columbia State Sustainable Business Administration Certification Course

  Public expectations for businesses have never been greater as society shifts towards expecting companies not only to manage regular business activities but also to serve a social purpose.  Columbia State, Franklin, TN is offering a new program – Sustainable Business Administration Certification.  This course will equip participants to play effective roles in the expanding…

Williamson Inc. CEO Matt Largen talks Partnerships, Workforce, Traffic jams

Matt Largen marked six years as president and CEO of Williamson Inc., on Feb. 1. He was formerly head of Williamson County’s economic development department, which basically dissolved and moved its functions to the current structure. Williamson Inc., serves as the governing body of sorts for the chamber of commerce and economic development. The organization…