Georgia Piedmont College Town

Our Service-Learning Destination & Youth Entrepreneur Marketplace

College Town is a STEM++ based market analysis research and service-learning project where students earn digital badges & skillcoin rewards when they identify local resources and connect with STEM++ career professionals, mentors and nonprofit organizations within their College Town community.

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Join The Georgia Piedmont College Town Community

Join this College Town if your school, business, neighborhood or community organization is located within a 5-10 mile radius or is closest to the Georgia Piedmont College campus. Use the form below to do one or more of the following:

  •  JOIN  Become a NEXT Steps Partner In Education (NSPIE) of the Georgia Piedmont College Town community.(Fees apply. See benefits)
  • ADVERTISE  List your business, organization, resource or place of interest to our Georgia Piedmont College Town interactive community map ($10.00 per listing)
  • LEARN & EARN  Take the Community Connections Mapping Project Course to learn how to create and add vector images to the Georgia Piedmont College Town interactive map. Then earn digital badges & skillcoin rewards from the Community Connections Mapping Project digital badge collection upon completion, submission and approval of your work. (Course Fee: $20.00 NSPIE Members/$30.00 Non-NSPIE Members)
  • SPONSOR  Create, add or sponsor a service-learning project and/or cooperative marketing media campaign for the Georgia Piedmont College Town community (Partners In Education membership required)

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  1. International Village @ DISC

    JEM Teams must integrate our Agricultural Technologies With Open Outdoor Designs (ATWOOD) Model into the urban design for International Village.
    $0.00 donated of $5,000.00 goal
  2. NEXT Steps Youth Entrepreneur Program

    The NEXT Steps JEM Team will help manage headquarters for "Operation Restoration" and provide business support services for the entire NEXT Steps Partners In Education Network.
    $0.00 donated of $60,000.00 goal
  3. The Fab Lab

    JEM Teams will help design and build the Fab Lab Community Development Research Center, test kitchen, media production suites, retail shop, event center, business incubator, and training classrooms.
    $0.00 donated of $250,000.00 goal
  4. The Atlanta Insiders

    JEM Teams will work with The Atlanta Insiders to promote the legacy makers and game changers participating in our Legacies & Millennials Mentoring Program using in-studio and off-site pre-recorded and/or live field productions and video streams.
    $0.00 donated of $50,000.00 goal

STEM++ Resources

Governor Deal’s High Demand Career Initiative Report

Georgia Career & Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs)
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U.S. TRIO Programs Map
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Move On When Ready Dual Degree Program
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Eligible Colleges

Georgia Student Finance Commission
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NEXT Steps Community Involvement Growth Strategy
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Georgia Piedmont
College Town Registration Form

Complete the form below to become a member of your College Town.
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College Town
Engagement Activities

Become A Partner In Education


Students use mapping technologies to learn how to identify, utilize and maximize local resources within their own College Town communities and gain workforce experience in market analysis research.
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Students form Junior Executive Management (JEM) Teams to complete service-learning projects relevant to their STEM++ career pathways, demonstrate how they apply their STEM++ skills, and create solutions that solve real-world challenges within their College Town communities.
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Students earn digital badges, skillcoin rewards and other valuable assets when they complete tasks and demonstrate application of their STEM++ skills throughout their service-learning projects.
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NSPIE Members host and attend monthly workshops, mentoring sessions and training events that teach youth and young adults how to avoid making poor financial decisions and build their financial portfolios through their service projects.
Upcoming Events

The Atlanta Insiders

The Atlanta Insiders


Students create digital media and marketing materials (film, photography, audio, art, blog posts and social media campaigns) to document the impact of their applied STEM++ skill and the progress of their service-learning projects.
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