The Williamson County Schools Entrepreneurship & Innovation Center – eic@wcs – will be a dynamic hub for student creativity, passion, and drive, helping them transform great ideas into thriving businesses. The Catalyst Network is a group of business leaders, mentors, and entrepreneurs who are partnering with EIC leadership to bring the EIC vision to life.
Submit student application by March 15, 2019. Students use your WCS MyPlace log in to apply. Head to the District website for more information https://www.wcs.edu/district/departments/tla/eic/
Dr. Kari Miller has been tapped to lead the new Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center (EIC) for Williamson County Schools. “Kari has a proven track record of going above and beyond in every role she’s had in our district,” said Looney. “From opening a new school to improving student performance, she’s a proven leader, and I... Continue Reading →
From InFocus... A new home for student entrepreneurs and innovators is coming to Williamson County Schools in the fall of 2019. Housed in a newly-renovated 10,000-square-foot facility adjacent to Franklin High School, the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center (EIC) will be open to all Williamson County high school students who have an interest in starting a... Continue Reading →
Franklin Home Page covered the EIC in its Sept. 24 edition, writing about the Williamson County Education Committee meeting discussion that focused on plans for the new center and program. The article quoted Schools Superintendent Mike Looney, who said, "We have a unique opportunity to create something that really hasn’t been created before in public... Continue Reading →
There are few entrepreneur centers in America devoted solely to the high school level, but Williamson County Schools will soon have one. Read more...