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Fast forward to your future by spending one or two semesters during the 2015-2016 school year at CAPS.
CAPS enrollment is a two-part process:
CAPS is open to all students residing within the Blue Valley School District boundary. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Chad Ralston at (913) 239-5915.
Want to learn more about CAPS? Drop by any Thursday morning at 7:30 AM to tour the facility and meet with instructors.
March 6, 2015
The SBA is launching a nationwide competition to find the most innovative products and services that help impact and empower women's lives. The Women's Business Center is teaming up with Blue Valley CAPS to host a local competition as the first round of the InnovateHER Competition.
Challenge Criteria The SBA is looking for entrepreneurs to create products or services that have a measurable impact on the lives of women and families (30%), has the potential for commercialization (40%) and fills a need in the marketplace (30%).
How it works Local entrepreneurs and companies who meet the criteria are invited to participate in the Kansas City competition. In order to participate companies must:
SBA judges will select 10 or more businesses to pitch in the final round in Washington, D.C. during National Small Business Week (May 4-8, 2015)
Finalists will compete for cash prizes:
Click to download the application now. Applications must be submitted by 5:00pm on March 19 via email to Brande Stitt.
Questions about the Kansas City competition may be directed to Brande Stitt with the Women's Business Center at (913) 492-5922 or Scott Kreshel with Blue Valley CAPS at (913) 239-5904.
Scott Kreshel CAPS Program Specialist
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Mason Wilkinson Mason began his career in bioscience when he enrolled in Honors Freshman Biology. That course ignited his interest in cellular and molecular biology. From there he enrolled in the Molecular Medicine and Bioengineering course at CAPS, working closely with instructor Eric Kessler. Mason aspires to a career in biological research dealing with cells or viruses. He is most interested in developing novel treatments for diseases by studying their mechanisms of pathogenesis, hoping that such research may lead to the creation of new, effective medicine.
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