Real Colors Interactive Workshop featuring Myron Franklin
Real Colors is a fun, interactive workshop that is designed to provide participants with skills to understanding human behavior through personality typing. E3 incorporated this activity during the extension year to help students address social/emotional conflict among students.
The extension year work sessions include a Capstone Project: Business Plan Development. In partnership with KLM Consulting Corps, Inc., E3 allows participants the opportunity to network with local business leaders, create jobs, and pitch their own businesses. Collaboration with businesses and government provides mentoring and real-world leadership opportunities. The program covers five business areas including: Entrepreneurship 101, Writing A Business Plan, Marketing for Small Business, Kick-starting your Business with Crowdsourcing, and Branding: Creating and Managing a Corporate Brand.
Entrepreneurship 101 featuring Timothy Lampkin
Timothy Lampkin answers questions about entrepreneurship.
Interns develop a SWOT Analysis for their product, The Umber-Coat.
Marketing for Small Business featuring Rickey Thigpen
Rickey Thigpen, Executive Vice President of the Convention and Visitors Bureau, explains how to apply tools and strategies to create a marketing plan that supports the growth of small businesses.
E3 Intern shares his Unique Selling Proposition (USP) for the business he has helped to develop.
Sheena Allen explains the process of developing a app.
Interns chart out the flow for the development of an app for their business.
Funding to KickStart Your Business featuring Keith Richardson
Branding: Creating and Managing a Corporate Brand Featuring Kris Campbell (thekriscampbell)
Kristopher Campbell, young entrepreneur, branded as The Kris Campbell, explains to E3 Interns that branding begins with who they are.
After presentations were made, Kris Campbell and company awarded "#Fluent" t-shirts to the top two businesses.
The video below is a brief highlight of the Branding 101 session with Kris Campbell.
Yolanda Moore, Relations Manager, Jackson Convention and Visitors Bureau, executes a exercise with students, teaching them how to quantify economic impact for events held in Jackson. Groups were created and provided statistics on events in which each team calculated local estimated economic impact of each event.
Rickey Thigpen explains how tourism impacts the city of Jackson.
Andy Nesenson, General Manager at Iron Horse Grille, talks to students about the passion needed to be successful in the restaurant business. In this picture, Nesenson shares his personal experiences while also expounding on the experiences of the Chefs; He further reiterates the power of their shared vision and committed business partnership.
Pam Junior, Director of the Smith Robertson Museum & Cultural Center, shares personal information about her entry into the museum business and the importance of cultivating history. She further talks about a personal sense of accomplishment that comes with the opportunity to share passionate history with those from all over the world. She also names several areas of expertise that is needed in the museum industry.
E3 Interns along with Coach Lewis and Pam Junior, Director, pose on the front steps of the Smith Robertson Museum and Cultural Center.
Rickey Thigpen and Minnie Watson, Director of the Medger Evers Historic Home, shares the unique careers associated with managing and operating a historic home museum. Minnie Watson talks about the history of the home and the extensive preservation work that is required to continue to make the home accessible to the public. She also shares plans for the National Park Service to take possession of the home and the value that transition will mean to the historic home, the local community, and Jackson’s tourism industry.
E3 Interns raise hands to ask questions about the legacy of Medgar Evers.
E3 Interns pose inside of the Medgar Evers Home and Museum after learning about the Life and Legacy of Medgar Evers and his contribution to Mississippi Civil Rights history.
Hibbet Neel, CEO of Neel-Schaffer Engineering, welcomes E3 Interns.
Jonathan Kiser, Transportation/ Traffic Manager, explains the different career fields available in engineering.
Xan Cutliff, Structural Engineer, shows how to calculate "beam deflection" using a visual aid.
E3 Interns receive hands-on practical experience about "Beam Deflection" and how changing the position of bridge material can increase weight capacity.
Cindy Rich, Mississippi Structural Manager, talks about the Mississippi River Bridge Project in Greenville, MS.
Ken McBeth, Stephanie Vivians, Senior Transportation Engineer, and Hibbet Neel open the floor for questioning.
E3 Interns are welcomed to the CSpire Conference Hall.
This fiber demonstration board is used for training and display purposes. The board shows examples of multiple types and sizes of fiber optic cables, along with various connectors, marking poles, and proper industry labeling standards used by CSpire.
Rob Rubinoff, Product Manager, Home Services and Kameron Ball, Senior Manager, Education and Government join the engineering and technology E3 Interns.
The E3 Medical and Healthcare Interns are welcomed to the UMMC Clinical Skills and Simulation Lab.
E3 Interns receive hands-on experience inserting an IV into a simulated patient's arm.
E3 Intern, Rayanna Thomas, draws blood from a simulated patient's arm in the UMMC Clinical Skills and Simulation Lab.
Cuanna Robinson draws blood from a simulated patient's arm in the UMMC Clinical Skills Simulation Lab.
Interns learn how to use a stethoscope to determine many ailments by knowing and understanding the different sounds in the chest of a patient.
E3 Intern listens to the heatbeat and breathing pattern of a newborn baby.
Katanga Jones, Office Coordinator, talks about the daily operations of Quinn Healthcare.
Kantanga Jones continues sharing information about the healthcare industry and the role of Quinn Healthcare.
Lindsay McAlpin, a student intern from Mississippi College, talks to the E3 Interns about the skills and qualifications needed to be a Physician's Assistant.
Timothy Quinn, M.D., the Medical Director and Owner of Quinn Healthcare, LLC., welcomes interns to the medical clinic.
E3 Intern joins the WJTV News Team (Meteorologist Terran Kirksey, Brittany Noble-Jones, News Anchor/ Reporter, and Terrance Friday, News Anchor/ Reporter.
Mississippi Public Broadcasting Production Control Room
Taiwo Gaynor, Director of Post Production, Mississippi Public Broadcasting, explains how the art department collaborates with artists to develop print media for Mississippi Public Broadcasting publications as well as graphics for television.
Taiwo Gaynor explains that television production is consolidated here in the Production Control Room.
Taiwo Gaynor and E3 Intern viewing a production studio inside of Mississippi Public Broadcasting.
E3 Intern posing on the set of @Issue, a television show produced by Mississippi Public Broadcasting that reports on the happenings of a Mississippi Legislative session.
Taiwo Gaynor shows Torenzo Richardson where and how audio is mixed with video for television broadcast. During this discussion, Torenzo learns that one of his college coordinators, Stephen Brown (also known as 5th Child), was featured on a live music show, Amped & Wired.
Intern Torenzo Richardson and Coach Price preparing to be On-Air at WJSU with Dwain Doty.