Our first class graduated earlier this month. It’s only been a few weeks, but every one of them is not just employed, but doing work that they are passionate about and creating new and exciting things…
Chris Morbitzer was hired on by his business partner OppSource, a Minneapolis based software company. For his Praxis project, Chris launched a mobile app for craft beer enthusiasts called HopHead, which will be live soon. Check it out and sign up!
Conor McLanaghan is helping to run multiple industrial cleaning and service businesses operated by his family in Southeast Michigan. He also launched an eBay store to buy and sell used industrial equipment and has a passion for helping to revitalize the Detroit area, where he sees a lot of opportunity for small-scale industry.
Mitch Broderick was hired on by his business partner, the Advantage Media Group, and recently got a promotion. He’s working on his own public speaking and writing skills as he helps entrepreneurs publish books to promote their business.
Claire Morris was hired on by her business partner the I’On Group and is managing a small development project for them in Charleston, SC. She’s moving ever closer to her dream of designing communities with a sense of scale and space. You can check out some of her work and Praxis projects here.
Cameron Sorsby was working at FEE prior to joining Praxis, and they recently offered him a new position designing and directing their educational programs for high school and college students. He’s busy crafting and promoting the upcoming seminars, and exploring some pilot programs for young entrepreneurs.
Zac Corbett has launched a consulting business and is involved with several cryptocurrency related startups. He organized Bitcoin Alabama, helped get a Bitcoin magazine off the ground, and has become a got-to for those seeking guidance on the world of cryptocurrency.