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  • Congratulations to Garrett Weindorf and Sonyia Rostami! They are each winners of a pair of tickets to this Saturday's Brady Block Party featuring the Flaming Lips, Primus, Mutemath and more. As of yesterday's deadline, Weindorf had 128 likes in the I ♥ TCC Contest and Rostami had 96 likes in the TCC Snapshot Contest. Thanks to all who participated! To see the competitions, visit the Tulsa Community College Facebook fan page: www.facebook.com.
    08/05/2011
  • TULSA (July 14, 2011)- Cathy Fox, a past participant in Tulsa Community College's Launch program for entrepreneurs, has been named a semi-finalist in the SpiritBank / Tulsa Community College Entrepreneurial Spirit Award competition.  Judges named the semi-finalists after 25 local business owners spent two days pitching their business models. Fox's startup Enclosables, LLC sells a line of clever, fun, high value gifts which fit into postage-paid greeting cards, allowing both giver...
    07/14/2011
  • (Tulsa, OK) - A natural foods grocery store, a personal delivery service, and sweet potato pies are just a few of the nine startups that recently completed the third flight of Launch, Tulsa Community College's entrepreneur program. The new businesses were introduced to the Tulsa community as they pitched their companies during a reception June 28 at TCC's Center for Creativity.    The TCC Launch program has created a new way to teach entrepreneurs how to take their startup...
    06/29/2011
  • Networking event will connect those with big ideas to Tulsa's startup experts (Tulsa, June 28, 2011) -  A natural foods grocery store, motorcycle safety products, and sweet potato pies are just a few of the newest startups that will be introduced when Tulsa Community College celebrates entrepreneurs from its Launch program at an event in their honor at 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 28 at TCC's Center for Creativity, 909 S. Boston. Eleven startups recently completed the third session of TCC...
    06/24/2011
  • TCC dinner raises funds to give a second chance to inmates seeking education TULSA (July 12, 2011)- In 2007 at the top of her athletic career, gold medal Olympian Marion Jones found herself in need of a second chance.   After admitting to using performance-enhancing drugs, Jones was stripped of her gold medals and sentenced to serve six months in federal prison for lying to federal investigators. Jones, now a successful professional basketball player, will share her personal story of...
    06/15/2011
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