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  • Is it just a dream or a viable career? Tulsa Community College’s Launch program takes entrepreneurs with an idea through the critical steps of starting a start up in 16 weeks. The results are the groundwork to launch their business and relationships with some of Tulsa’s most well known business startup leaders. The non-credit startup program is accepting applications now through Jan. 13 for the next session. Individuals with an idea for a new business can submit them online a twww....
    12/06/2011
  • This article originally ran in Tulsa World on Dec. 5, 2011. Nancy J. Vitali, R.N, M.S. is a faculty member of Tulsa Community College’s nursing program.   By KIM BROWN World Scene Writer Instead of singing "Joy to the world," many want to stay home and hide. The holiday hustle and bustle has begun, but 'tis the season for stress and anxiety.  But before you let the frenzied season drain your energy, it's time to stop and reflect on the true importance of the...
    12/05/2011
  • Keep holiday plant ‘guests’ happy with proper care By Horticulture Professor John Kahre The holidays are great times to celebrate with friends and family. My family has hosted a number of friends from foreign counties. We always learn a great deal from these visits, but sometimes worry about making our friends comfortable in unfamiliar surroundings and unfamiliar customs. My family also host plants during the holidays that come from other countries. Two of the plants that we like...
    11/30/2011
  • Fewer Oklahomans will go hungry this holiday season thanks to the more than 2,300 pounds of canned food collected by Tulsa Community College's West Campus chapter of Phi Beta Lambda.     TCC students and faculty spread out across Tulsa and the surrounding communities in October to "trick-or-treat" for nonperishable food items. More than 6,000 items were collected and donated to the Northeastern Oklahoma Food Bank. Phi Beta Lambda is a national business and career...
    11/28/2011
  • It has been a long six months for Cathy Fox, a past participant in Tulsa Community College’s Launch program for entrepreneurs, and the six other finalists in the 2011 SpiritBank/Tulsa Community College Entrepreneurial Spirit Award competition. The seven finalists were narrowed down from nearly 100 applicants who applied for the annual competition during four rounds of business coaching, pitches and cuts. Fox’s hard work paid off and her business Enclosables, LLC, a line of fun, high...
    11/28/2011
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