Mayor Pete Buttigieg Recognizes Bowman Creek Educational Ecosystem in New Book
In his new book, Shortest Way Home, Mayor Pete mentions the work of BCe2 and our innovation to provide real change to the community, transforming the narrative that South Bend is not just a "college town".
BCe2 Shoutout in Goshen College's Student Newspaper The Record
BCe2 and EnFocus are highlighted in this article about the career network event to promote the value of summer internships, including Intern Lead Sara Boukdad stating, “One of the best markers of our internships is that you can talk forever about the work that you do because you end up being so enthusiastic about it and so invested,”
$125,000 Grant Received to Develop Affordable Housing in the Southeast Neighborhood
BCe2 interns collaborated with various organizations in order to receive a $125,000 grant that will allow them to build a home for a low- to moderate- income family in South Bend’s Southeast Neighborhood! This project helps to address the necessity for affordable yet quality housing in South Bend.
On AtlanticLive, Mayor Pete discusses South Bend functioning as a college town that wants college-aged students for their talents. He talks about BCe2 fulfilling this mission of utilizing the talents of college-aged students to benefit a community.
ND TriO Spotlight on 2018 BCe2 High School Interns
Highlighting the importance of varying perspectives, BCe2 provides local high school and college students with the opportunity to become a part of the solution by serving as interns. This year’s interns included several ND TRiO Scholars, including Willow Crisovan, Jacqueline Juarez, Marlon Taylor and Juel Wiseman.
Interns from Bowman Creek Educational Ecosystem are interviewed in PBS' Outdoor Elements about rain gardens, native plants, and BCe2's commitment to improving the quality of Bowman Creek and the community around it.