We’re getting The Buzz to you a little early this week so that we can enjoy the holiday weekend! We hope you’re able to do the same, but first, check out these stories we’ve been busy putting together this week!
BASF in Seneca has graduated its first apprenticeship cohort and is beginning its second cohort. You can learn more about the apprentices, upcoming cohort, and how to become an apprentice with BASF here.
Want to learn more about a grant received by Furman University for a physical education complex, an 80s South Carolina Beef Cookoff held in Greenville, the arrest of a bank president for embezzlement and more? Head on over to this week’s issue of fete Magazine for some random Greenville history from our boss.
Jenn Hulehan, a member of Simpsonville City Council, and Mark Steenback, Chief Resource Officer of Habitat for Humanity, were on Simple Civics: Greenville County to discuss the partnership between the city and Habitat for Humanity that will be bringing affordable homes to Simpsonville. You can find the full episode here.
Monroe Free, President and CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County, was on The Leadership Window and considered the meaning of “systems change” and organizational values. You can listen to that here.
Tickets for this year’s Tacos ‘n Tequila Fiesta are on sale now! This year’s festival comes with a few changes, including a change in location, as it will be held at High Spirits Hospitality’s new location at Judson Mill. You can read more and find out how to purchase tickets at TheGreenvilleBlog.