Fathom Brings in The New School

Nothing Beats Returning to Your Alma Mater with a New Curriculum As we begin to roll out the Fathom Your Campus initiative, the amount of time we’re spending in schools is definitely on the increase 📈. It makes no difference whether we’re working with kids at a middle school after-care program, hashing out plans for […]

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Nothing Beats Returning to Your Alma Mater with a New Curriculum

As we begin to roll out the Fathom Your Campus initiative, the amount of time we’re spending in schools is definitely on the increase 📈. It makes no difference whether we’re working with kids at a middle school after-care program, hashing out plans for experiential learning days with high school administration, or speaking candidly to a group of college students; we’re here to help all ages #FathomTheirReality.

New Skills for a New World

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It is quite pleasing to discover that rehabilitating the learning experience is the resounding narrative among schools we come into contact with, and a conversation like the one we had with soon to be Dr. Alexander is a perfect example. A reunion for some Fathom members, one can say it was almost surreal to hold a talk about updating the student experience in a part of the building that didn’t even exist during our time.

Regardless, both sides are acknowledging that it is time for a change in how we prepare our future leaders and that is music to our ears. Take a listen to a snippet of our ballad in the video above, and stay tuned for more of the conversation in our upcoming docuseries.

Interactive Learning + Reactive Teaching = Proactive Students

Courtney Hale, creator of Knowledge Bank introducing our CEO

Nashville is a town bustling with entrepreneurial growth, providing the analog for what it means to truly grow your capital and community at the same time. Take Courtney Hale of Knowledge Bank for instance, while he’s not running an organization to improve the financial literacy of the youth, you can find him sharing his knowledge with college students at Tennessee State University. We’ve known Courtney for some time now through the Nashville startup scene, so when he invited Fathom to speak to his class we knew it was destiny.

Dropping in on his Financial class, our CEO JoAdel was queried on a variety of topics from “does your business make any money” to “what books do you read.” It’s our passion to interact with the leaders of tomorrow, so needless to say, it was exciting to deliver answers from direct experience. We encourage you to check out the Q&A here so you’ll be able to say you knew the next Gary Vee before he went mainstream!

Stick with Fathom as well so you can say you knew us before we became what Fa… we’ll just end it right there for now😁.

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