Category Archives: Tech

Cambridge Company Empowers Young Entrepreneurs

  By Monica Stack The Cambridge Innovation Center is a modern work environment designed for innovation. Its communal work spaces and quirky conference rooms are products of the Center’s dedication to collaboration. It’s a fitting place for Frank Pobutkiewicz, whose business is running entrepreneurship programs for aspiring business owners. The 26-year-old Boston University graduate and self described “risktaker” is the […]

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Quincy Endeavor: Community College Seeks Permission to Award Bachelor’s Degrees

By Marzia Maliha The definition that comes to mind when people think of community colleges is a two-year pathway for students who cannot afford or make the grade to go into a traditional four-year university. However, since the founding of the first community college in 1901, this definition has been modified  to cater to a diverse range of students’ needs. […]

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Jumpstarting Tech the City

By Hillarie Pilier  Kendall Square is a center of high-tech innovation in Massachusetts, and Gilad Rosenzweig, architect and urban planner, thinks that Roxbury can be another. A year ago, Rosenzweig founded a non-profit organization, Smarter in the City, the first high-tech accelerator in Roxbury that provides opportunities for entrepreneurs from under-represented minority communities, specifically Black and Latino, to develop innovative ideas. […]

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