Career Connections is a Facebook initiative that connects local businesses with innovative, Facebook trained collegiate talent for three-month long fellowships. The program provides both businesses and students with access to exclusive Facebook trainings and professional development opportunities.
For two decades, Central Baptist College has helped hundreds of busy adults earn a college degree through PACE, its nontraditional degree program. To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the PACE program, CBC is offering a 20% discount in 2020 to new PACE students or students re-admitting to the program after at least a semester off.
Two educational exhibits from the Discovery Network, a statewide program of the Museum of Discovery, will have a temporary home in downtown Conway. "Science & Art" and "Mystery of the Mayan Medallion" have been featured in some of the top children’s museums around the country. This spring, the exhibits will occupy 5,000 square feet at 1101 Oak Street from Monday, Feb. 18, until Sunday, May 5.
At 61 participants, the Conway Area Leadership Institute class of 2018 will be the largest class in the leadership program’s 30-year history.
Two of Arkansas’s best-known brands in children’s programming are teaming up to enhance STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) education in central Arkansas.
New in 2016, Outlook Conway is a half-day economic forum that provides an in-depth look at the Conway-area economy. During the inaugural event, expert panelists focused on commercial real estate, public projects, higher education, and economic development.
The eighth annual Academic Signing Day recognized 28 graduating seniors from Conway High School, Conway Christian High School, and St. Joseph High School.
Brad Lacy: "Leave it to Conway to find a way to send kids to college, children to preschool, Shakespeare to high schools, and hanging baskets to downtown. The lowly toad does some pretty cool things in a pretty cool town."
The Toad Suck Daze Community Service Scholarship committee awarded more than $27,000 in direct scholarships in 2016.
The 35th annual Toad Suck Daze festival will feature a number of changes designed to make the festival “more convenient and more family friendly than ever."