The Space to: Impact is a competitive four-year scholarship program for in-coming and current Wofford students that teaches new essential skills like design thinking, entrepreneurship and the consultative approach to problem solving - all through projects-based experience.
Fantasyland is a non-profit project aimed at providing the magic of Disney to the underprivileged children in the community of Spartanburg. Each Spring, Fantsyland is held at Wofford and caters to more than 400 children in the community.
Led by Wofford women for Wofford women, this organization seeks to prepare women for the professional world. Each member will develop an effective resume and gain skills in personal advocation and networking.
Many high school students in Spartanburg are not given the opportunity to appreciate and benefit from the outdoor adventures offered right in their area. Outdoors in the Upstate is working to change that.
We go to Cleveland Elementary once a week to work with the fourth and fifth graders who are part of the Boys and Girls Club. Our trademark is the use of board games and one-on-one peer mentoring to teach academic lessons and life lessons as well.
Let's Read is a weekly after school program for hispanic kindergarten children and their parents created by Michelle Green, Anna Grace Hall and Sarah Grace Keaveny.
The Impact & Launch Competition, Wofford's demo day, was held on March 22. 10 students pitched their businesses and social impact projects to a panel of judges (for a chance at over $20,000 in cash and prizes), plus there were 44 additional demos from 50 Impact & Launch program participants during the Expo. Visit the Competition website to see who won!
Courtney SheltonDirector, The Space864email@example.com@cbshelto