Archive for the ‘Education’ Category

State of the City Address and Mayor’s Awards on February 26
Posted By carrot on February 16, 2018
On Monday, February 26 at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, City Hall, 900 Church Street, Mayor Joan Foster and Vice Mayor Treney Tweedy will deliver the 2018 State…
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You Don’t Need A Four-Year Degree
Posted By carrot on August 15, 2017
The Lynchburg Beacon of Hope and The Region 2000 Workforce Development have partnered with Leadership Lynchburg for a series of videos. Together, we are raising awareness of rewarding jobs that…
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Introducing Launched in Lynchburg
Posted By carrot on September 18, 2016
The Lynchburg Office of Economic Development and Economic Development Authority have recently released a new digital platform to inspire and educate local entrepreneurs called Launched in Lynchburg.  Launched In Lynchburg is…
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Randolph College celebrates 125th Anniversary
Posted By carrot on April 22, 2016
1900s view of Main Hall at Randolph-Macon Woman's College Today, Randolph College attracts liberal arts students from around the world to study in Lynchburg, Virginia. Recently receiving acclaim from Princeton…
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Education Foundation Hosts 10th Annual Breakfast with the Superintendent, March 10
Posted By carrot on February 26, 2016
 On March 10, the Lynchburg City Schools Education Foundation will host the the 10th Annual Breakfast with the Superintendent to learn more about Lynchburg City Schools and the completion of the new Heritage High School. …
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