CMU ENACTUS Team is Awarded Project Grant
Central Methodist University's student organization ENACTUS (Entrepreneurs, Action, Us), formally known as SIFE (Student in Free Enterprise), has been awarded a Wal-Mart Women's Empowerment grant for the second year in a row.
The grant is worth $1,500, and is designed to support women entrepreneurs with the positive power of business. CMU-ENACTUS plans to help women by hosting its annual Build-A-Business event on March 2 and 3, 2013. Anyone who is interested in starting a business in Howard County is encouraged to attend at Central Methodist.
"This grant is an incredible blessing to our team," says Addie Layne, project manager of Build-A-Business. "Wal-Mart has been a great supporter of our Build-A-Business project, and we are excited for the opportunity to help even more entrepreneurs in this community."At SIFE Nationals 2012, CMU-ENACTUS placed third in the Wal-Mart Women"s Empowerment grant contest out of 75 teams. The contest was based on the impact made on the women who participated in Wal-Mart funded projects that were lead by students last year.
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