WKU’s ENACTUS team, sponsored by the Gordon Ford College of Business and the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, presented its five community engagement projects in regional competition in Atlanta on March 24.
The team’s 2016-17 projects are:
- The Job Bus, an initiative to find modes of transportation for those who cannot reach the 3,000 open jobs near downtown the Bowling Green.
- Food Recovery Network, a project to reduce food waste and food hunger across WKU campus and the Bowling Green community by collecting food and distributing it through a network of local organizations.
- Inventory Solutions, a systems development project for the local food bank and homeless advocacy organization, HOTEL, INC.
- International Drive, an initiative to improve access to driver training using two donated driving simulators.
- Night Market, Bowling Green’s evening farmer’s and craft market to be held Friday (March 31) at Stadium Park Plaza next to the Hot Rods Stadium from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Contact: Stacey Gish, (270) 745-5810