Under30FTV founder, Jewel Anderson, made a stop at Oxford College for the Academy of Liberal Arts Newton High School.  The ALANHS program consists of 40 9th-12th graders.  They had an opportunity to learn about Under30 Following the Vision and participated in Under30FTV Shark Tank creating their own businesses.

Twenty-nine-year-old, Jewel Anderson is a visionary on a mission. In March 2012, she combined her passions for entrepreneurship, nonprofits and startups, and created Under30 Following the Vision. This magazine and scholarship program highlights young entrepreneurs in metro Atlanta and surrounding areas. Anderson believed that this age bracket was an underrepresented demographic in Atlanta’s business community.

Under30FTV Nominees Changing the Face of Career Day Career day is usually a day where students gather into a large room, walk around talking to people at booths and asking about their career and the path taken to get there. So what happens when there’s a change in the average career day and entrepreneurs are

2012 Scholarship Finalists

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We are honored to announce the finalists for the 2012 Under 30 Following the Vision Magazine and Scholarship. These 3 finalists will be featured on the cover of the inaugural Under30FTV Magazine and one finalist will receive a $2500 scholarship. Join the U30FTV team in congratulating Lauren Thomas, Jeannell Darden, and William Jennings Jr. Under30FTV

Rachel Harrison, founder and CEO of The Bethel Center, discusses how 5% of all sponsorship proceeds from Under30 Following the Vision will be contributed to her non-profit organization.

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