Collaborations

Dr. Edwin Cottrell Entrepreneurial Leadership Center and the Marketing Department

The Center for Community Solutions teamed up with the Dr. Edwin Cottrell Entrepreneurial Leadership Center and the Marketing Department from the College of Business and Public Management offering undergraduate students the opportunity to work with local companies in helping them strategize their marketing plans.

Little Miss Moffit

Karen Moffit of Little Miss Moffit had the MKT 490 class visit her bakery & shared their plans with her.
Students:  Destiny Mack, Adam Rapsinski, Tatyana Flory, Brent Griffin, Colby Yaller, Ethan Mazer

Little Miss Moffit Baking Co with Students

Little Miss Moffit Baking Co with Students

iSwich Gourmet, Vitali Workshops and Coaching, and Design Life Kids

The owners of iSwich Gourmet, Vitali Workshops and Coaching, and Design Life Kids travelled to the College of Business and Public Management Building to see what the students planned for them!

iSwitch team

iSwich Gourmet
Owner: Angela Obrien
Students: Mohammed Afif , Brett Miller, Kayla McFadden, Elenor Wentz, Delaney Miller

Vitali Workshops & Coaching team

Vitali Workshops & Coaching  
Owner: Joanne Vitali
Students: Brooke Bodensteiner, Callye Phillips, Scott Broomall, Gary Clark, Matthew Della Donna, Paul Harootunian,

Design Life Kids team

Design Life Kids  
Owner: Kim Wardell
Students: Matthew Krayowski, Brian Mulcahy, Tyler Johnson, Hope Brown, Sean Faux, Julia Kennedy

CCS teamed up with the Geography and Planning Department

CCS also teamed up with the Geography and Planning Department offering students the opportunity to work with local townships and community organizations by creating or updating websites, organizing community efforts,  creating and presenting presentations.

CCS and the Center for GIS and Spatial Analysis Department hired Morgan Sapia a GPD student to help West Whiteland Township  create and design the Story Map presentation you see above

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