Wednesday, September 13, 2023

STEM Within Reach is coming soon on Saturday, October 21, 2023!

The day provides a fun opportunity not only to help serve the college, but to inspire middle schoolers who may eventually consider Columbia State for their future studies. All volunteers will receive documentation for service to the college. Complete the interest form here: Columbia State Employee Interest Form


In addition, we would like to solicit a list of students who are interested in volunteering for the day to secure Promise hours. If you have students who are looking for volunteer opportunities, you can use the following one-question form to provide a list of names: Student Volunteer Form


We will be contacting students with details about how they can help and how they can receive documentation in early October.


Thursday, September 7, 2023

MCHS Business Classes Tour Talos Engineered Products in Lewisburg, TN


MCHS Business Classes tour Talos Engineered Products | @MarshallCoTN @MarshallHappenings @MarshallCoSch @YPofMC @MCMLIB @MainStreetLewisburg @LewisburgRecCenter @MarCoSmallBusiness #MakeItInMarshall #InvestInMC #ShopMarCo #MainStreetLewisburgTN #mainstreetlewisburg #VisitMarCo #LewisburgTN #ChapelHillTN #CornersvilleTN #marshallworkswell

Friday, August 25, 2023

Spot Lowe Technology Center Students Tour WestRock in Lewisburg, TN


Mr. Danny Adams' Intro to Industrial Maintenance students visited WestRock on August 23 for a tour of the corrugated cardboard plant. Thank you tour guide Patrick Robinson, Technical Trainer and Kenneth Stinnett, Superintendent for a very warm welcome! This is just part of the Marshall Works Well program that provides local career opportunity information to our local students throughout Marshall County.

Sunday, August 20, 2023

Local Companies Collect and Donate Food Items to Hopetown in Lewisburg, TN


Local companies Lewisburg Electric System, Moon Roseart, Teledyne and Walker Die Casting had their employees donate and collect food items including canned chicken, canned tuna, canned green beans, canned corn and peanut butter. The donated food items will help Hopetown continue their mission of providing goods and services to those in need in Marshall County, TN | @MarshallCoTN @MarshallHappenings @MarshallCoSch @YPofMC @MCMLIB @MainStreetLewisburg @LewisburgRecCenter @MarCoSmallBusiness #MakeItInMarshall #InvestInMC #ShopMarCo #MainStreetLewisburgTN #VisitMarCo #LewisburgTN #ChapelHillTN #CornersvilleTN

Wednesday, August 16, 2023

Davenport Group of Lewisburg, TN Makes List of Fastest-Growing Companies in Nation


Congratulations to Sonia St. Charles and Paul Clifford of the The Davenport Group for leading their company headquartered here in Lewisburg, TN to make the list of the fastest-growing companies in America, according to Inc. Magazines Top 5,000 of 2023

Marshall County, TN Ranks Top 10 in Tennessee for Economic Development


According to the latest data compiled by Infinite Sequence Economics, Marshall County ranks among the Top 5 of counties in Tennesssee for economic development measures over the five-year period 2016-2021 and ranks among the Top 10 counties in the state for the ten-year period 2011-2021. 

The data set was compiled going back as far as 1969 for each county in Tennessee for increases or decreases in the following economic development measures:

  • Population
  • Labor Force
  • Total Employment
  • Average Wages
  • Per Capita Income
  • Median Household Income
  • GDP

Using these data sets, a scoring or ranking system showed that over the ten-year period from 2011-2021 Marshall County ranked 8th overall out of 95 counties and for the five-year period from 2016-2021 Marshall County ranked 2nd. 

More recent indicators of a consistently strong economic development outlook for Marshall County is the continued growth in population (4.5% from April 2021 - April 2022) and 49.6% increase in business license applications from 2019 (226) - 2022 (338), according to a report from the Economic Innovation Group.

Wednesday, August 9, 2023

Talos and Young Professionals Support Marshall Co. School Safety


Caroline Holley, Marie Lalonde, Cali Feagin, Kathryn Lintz and Louisa Davis

Talos is proud to collaborate with the Young Professionals of Marshall County in support of the Marshall County School Board and Marshall County Emergency Management’s efforts in raising funds and awareness for school safety in our local community.

We are happy to donate $5,500 to go towards their “Stop the Bleed” campaign. Each school in Marshall County will now receive 5 tourniquet kits in case of emergency.

Thank you to the MCBOE, MCEMA and the YPMC for their efforts to support school safety measures in Marshall County. We are thrilled to be a part of your mission!