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Tempus Conference 2018

 Tempus Conference for Young Entrepreneurs Register! This is our 7th Tempus Conference, and we will be offering two tracks this year—one for beginning students who know little or nothing about entrepreneurship and business plans, as well as an advanced track for...

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Hark, the Harlequins are Closing In!

Mid-August is about the time of year when we really begin to see the Harlequin bug show up in our gardens. Widespread in Southern regions, Philadelphia and Chester County are about as far North as this pernicious pest has managed to establish itself.   The Harlequin...

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SAP America Hosts Garden Olympics

Weeds shriveled! Bugs scurried! The compost pile flipped its lid!   Triskeles was thrilled to help organize the first ever Garden Olympics at SAP America on August 16th. SAP America held its largest Take Your Child To Work Day, with nearly 300 young people in...

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When the Saints come mulching in

Saint-Gobain is putting down new roots and reaching new heights at its North American headquarters in Malvern. In the spring of 2017, the company partnered with Triskeles in an effort to address food insecurity in our region. As the newest member of the Food For All...

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Saint-Gobain Earns Impact Award

Triskeles is pleased to present Saint-Gobain with its Initial Impact award. This special recognition highlights and celebrates Saint-Gobain for the company’s outstanding achievement during their first year in partnership with Triskeles and the Food For All program...

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Tempus Conference 2017

 Tempus Conference for Young Entrepreneurs Labor Day is in the rear view mirror, Hurricane Irma too, and the new school year underway. It’s time to think about some great out-of-the-classroom learning opportunities for students. The Tempus Conference for Young...

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Why Young People are Becoming Entrepreneurs

August 3rd, 2016   The field of entrepreneurship is becoming more viable and lucrative for young entrepreneurs. In the post-recession economy an increasing number of young working people are striking out on their own, launching startups and small businesses...

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Artistry in Entrepreneurship

Speakers at our last Tempus conference proved that business isn’t just math and analysis, it can be artistry as well. These speakers used their artistic talent and appreciation to create and engage with one of a kind start ups. Noah Gansallo is a senior at German Town...

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Dedication

Many of our speakers are not only successful business owners, but are now dedicating their lives to guiding and encouraging new entrepreneurs. Rashaun Williams has received many entrepreneurial accolades all while being official DJ for the Philadelphia Youth Poetry...

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Expert Advice

 While hearing from like minded young professionals can be very useful, there is no doubt an equal need to hear from those with years of experience. Many of our speakers at Tempus are leaders in their field and are excited to share their business wisdom with new...

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High School Entrepreneurship

The thought of starting a business while in high school can seem daunting. Dealing with investors, marketing, and product development all while balancing a full course load certainly isn’t easy, but the success of our previous speakers prove why it’s all worth...

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Tempus Conference Speakers

The Tempus Conference gives rising entrepreneurs the platform to share what they’ve learned with young people who are similarly inclined. A chance to network, brainstorm, and learn from those already in the field, Tempus helps guide young people in starting and...

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Cooking from the Garden

June 29th, 2016   Our previous posts touched on the health benefits associated with planting and caring for a garden, but the benefits of gardening are far reaching, extending into your kitchen and beyond. Cooking with what you grow in your garden is one of the...

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