Play Like A Girl Offers 2018 Spring Break Camp

Camp Based Program Includes Sports Activities, STEM, and Computer Coding

Nashville, Tenn. – Play Like a Girl (PLAG) is hosting a Spring Break Camp starting on Monday, April 2 through Friday April 6, 2018 at Oliver Middle School.Staffed by certified teachers, corporate professionals, athletes and volunteers, the week-long program will focus on a variety of activities specially designed to motivate girls both mentally and physically.

Each day campers will participate in sports, games and physical activities. They also will have the opportunity to benefit from STEM education and financial literacy delivered by Wells Fargo employees, as well as engage in a variety of arts and crafts and esteem-building exercises structured around PLAG’s 10 Girl-Powered Principles. The camp experience is intended to help participating girls find their spark for athletic, creative and developmental opportunities.

PLAG President/CEO Dr. Kimberly Clay set out to deliver a program that encompasses a wide variety of activities that will allow campers to learn and grow in a group setting. “It is important for girls to attend a Spring Break program like ours because this camp is a good connector for young people,” explained Dr. Clay. “Girls will have the opportunity to bond together through sports and education in a way that is unique to the Play Like a Girl camp experience.”

Because the PLAG community believes that ‘Giving is a team sport’, for every paid registration they have donated one camp registration to a student from an underserved community. This is a continued part of PLAG’s commitment to level the playing field for all girls in Nashville.  

More details about the 2018 Play Like a Girl Spring Break Camp can be found at You can follow the campers activities on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at @iplaylikeagirl (#IPLAYLIKEAGIRL).

The Academy Nashville Gives Small Business Owners Guidance, Support, and Opportunities to Learn from Business Leaders

Nashville, Tenn. – Once again aspiring entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to turn their ideas into something sustainable and thriving, as Corner To Corner announces March 6th, 2018 as the date for The Academy Nashville’s spring cohorts. The Academy Nashville is a ten-week program that equips its participants with the guidance, entrepreneurial support, and the means needed to take action and turn their passion into a business.

Will Acuff of Corner To Corner

This spring will see The Academy Nashville run three simultaneous cohorts at local community centers throughout the city. All three will be held every Tuesday evening at 6 PM for 10 weeks. The course cost a total of $100 to cover the cost of material and students can now reserve their spot for only $25 by visiting

During the program, students will develop and fine-tune their ideas, critically examining each part and determining their next steps through real-time feedback from experienced entrepreneur facilitators. In addition to exploring their own growth as business owners, participants will experience weekly guest speakers who will enrich the conversation by teaching from their own entrepreneurship experiences.

The Academy Nashville was launched in 2016 as collaborative and action-driven way to help small businesses grow. “We know what it feels like to have a dream without a clear path, and a desire for a community of support to get your back,” explained Corner To Corner Cofounder Will Acuff. “Our goal is to give those in the community the tools and support needed to launch a business by learning from each other.”

Students who enroll will be side by side with other entrepreneurs who have the drive and commitment to turn their dream into a business reality. Participants will learn:

· How to sharpen their product to meet the needs of their customers

· How to start small in order to start NOW

· How to choose what kind of legal structure they should have – LLC, S-Corp, etc.

· How to find their bottom line to start making profit

· How to market their business – even without a marketing budget

· And More!

At the end of the program, students are poised to walk away with a plan to see real growth in their business. The 10-week course concludes with a community graduation party where three lucky winners will have the chance to present their business idea for prizes in front of the entire Corner To Corner community.

To show that you have the passion, creativity and hustle to start your own business visit the today.


About Corner To Corner

Corner to Corner is a Christian nonprofit that exists to extend hope to every corner of our community. We do this by attacking the cycle of despair often caused by high-rates of incarceration, in a model we call “Connect, Invest, Grow.” Programs include Literacy Tutoring, Baking Classes, Offender Job Readiness, and The Academy Nashville. To learn more visit


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