Honored as a HASTAC Scholar & Fathom is Accepted in The Wond’ry’s PostLaunch Program
Keeping pace in the digital age means balancing sustainable innovation amongst the need for constant iteration, therefore Fathom jumps on any opportunity it can for professional development, advising & mentorship, curriculum evaluation – you name it. Let’s delve into some of our more recent accomplishments.
Julie Selected as a HASTAC Scholar 🎉
As a community of students working at the intersection of technology and the arts, humanities and sciences; a HASTAC Scholar’s work centers around rethinking pedagogy, learning, research & academia for the digital age. Each year, around 100 new inductees are accepted into the next evolution of the program and this year our Julie was one of them.
Representing the Wond’ry Innovation Center at Vanderbilt University, Fathom co-founder and Chief Impact Officer, Julie Dunlap is using Fathom’s Change Agents curriculum to help Vanderbilt students launch innovative solutions to pressing community challenges for a more sustainable and equitable community for all Nashvillians.
Find out more about the HASTAC Scholars fellowship program here.
Fathom Attends The Wond’ry’s PostLaunch Program
When launching a business one can never receive enough help, that’s why Fathom is ecstatic to take part in an 8-week program that provides mentorship, a curriculum, investor feedback, and potential funding via a pitch competition held at the end.
Led by the Wond’ry’s executive director Robert Grajewski (pictured), PostLaunch covers everything from opening beneficial business alliances with Key Partners to securing your company’s intellectual property. Keep up with us to see how we fare in the pitch competition coming in April.
May these announcements serve as a reminder that Fathom is committed to doing what it takes to create a sustainable solution for youth-led innovation. For more announcements, subscribe to Fathom’s YouTube Channel and follow us on your favorite social media channels.