September 2017 Newsletter
Last Chance to Sign Up for EEP Class 14


EEP Class 14 will be starting on October 3rd, which means there are only a couple weeks left to apply!
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and the class is capped at twelve companies.
Click here to sign up and to get more information
Spotlight: Tim Rowe, Founder and CEO of Globally Recognized Cambridge Innovation Center to Speak at TCC Spark’s Center for Innovation on November 17th
Tim Rowe, founder and CEO of Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) will be speaking at TCC Spark’s Center for Innovation on Wednesday, November 17th at 8:30pm.
The CIC is a recognized global leader that creates concentrated hubs of collaborative innovation in leading cities around the world. Rowe’s event will be focused on Building Tallahassee’s Entrepeneurial Ecosystem and is being hosted jointly by First Commerce Credit Union and TCC Spark!

Tickets are $20 for the general public and $10 for students, and is anticipated to sell out.

Purchase them here.

Support our Neighbor CCYS, and Visit their Open House this Friday


On Friday, September 15th, Capital City Youth Services is hosting an open house. From Noon until 3pm, Rankin Tacos and Sweet Journey Desserts will be selling tacos and desserts.  

During this time, CCYS will also be conducting tours and providing information about the organization and the programs they offer.
Click here for more information
The National MagLab Sets Record for Strongest Resistive Magnet at 41.4 Teslas
The new 41.4 tesla magnet. Photo Courtesy_ National MagLab
The National MagLab reclaimed their title of strongest resistive magnet, when the new instruments reached 41.4 tesla on August 21st, the culmination of two and a half intense years of design and development. In so doing, the lab reclaimed the record for the world’s strongest resistive magnet, which it had held for 19 years up until 2014. This feat brings the Maglab’s current world records tally to 16.
Click here to learn more about the MagLab’s most recent achievement.

Innovation Park On WTXL

WTXL’s Jennifer Meyers joined Innovation Park for last month’s TechTopics event regarding the Florida Oysters.
The story provided a great picture regarding what Innovation Park is doing and how the Park is partnering with others in the community to promote entrepreneurship and innovation.
Click here to check it out.
Reminder: Naval Opportunity Awareness Workshop on September 21 and 22

On September 21st and 22nd, the Florida A&M University will be hosting its Naval Opportunity Awareness Workshop. The event will take place in the Grand Ballroom (1925 South Martin Luther King Blvd, Tallahassee, FL 32307) , with registration beginning at 7:00am and the event beginning promptly at 8:00am each day.

The Department of Navy’s (DoN’s) Historically Black Colleges and Universities/Minority Institutions (HBCU/MI) program is designed to increase awareness of the research opportunities available to institutions, students, and faculty at HBCUs.

As part of its mission, the program strengthens the capabilities of the institutions to conduct basic and applied research, and increases the quality and quantity of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) programs with a focus on minority researchers and graduates.

Click here to learn more about this event.

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