A July 28 event will feature discussions on the future of workplaces, a new coworking space is opening in Denton, and Dallas County Community College District is part of a program helping to increase education access to incarcerated individuals.
What will Dallas workplaces look like in the future? That’s what Tech Wildcatters CEO Gabriella Draney Zielke, Common Desk founder and CEO Nick Clark, and many other business leaders will be discussing during a July 28 Bisnow event. Zielke told Bisnow it’s not just millennials who are flocking to flexible work environments. “All generations have gotten more honest about how they like to work,” she said. Read more of Zielke’s and Clark’s thoughts about the workplace and learn details about the upcoming event. Other business leaders also tackled trends in office space planning for a Dallas-Fort Worth Real Estate Review roundtable discussion.
The City of Denton Economic Development Division and The Dallas Entrepreneur Center are working together to open a new coworking and entrepreneur center in Denton. Stoke will offer conference rooms, offices, a stage, and more to local entrepreneurs. This project has been in the works for a few years, and will be opening on Aug. 1. Launch DFW has more.
Two colleges in the Dallas County Community College District system will participate in the Second Chance Pell program, which aims to increase access to postsecondary education for incarcerated individuals by expanding financial aid. Cedar Valley and Mountain View colleges will take part in the U.S. Department of Education pilot program. Learn more about how the program will be implemented locally.
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