Fathom, an innovative startup paving the way in project-based career development, was honored as one of the four distinguished finalists in the Business for Good Pitch Competition presented by the Nashville Social Enterprise Alliance. The competition recognizes groundbreaking social enterprises that are addressing pressing social challenges with inventive market-based solutions.
Representing the essence of social entrepreneurship, Fathom was recognized for its Change Agents curriculum, which pushes the boundaries of traditional career development by integrating 21st-century skills, personal passions, and entrepreneurial spirit.
The Business for Good Showcase, held on April 30th at the Stratford STEM Magnet High School, brought together a myriad of individuals passionate about social change, including leaders like Michael Steele and Audra Ladd. Beyond the finalists' pitches, the event featured compelling talks and a performance by the spoken word group, Southern Word.
As part of their recognition, Fathom was awarded tickets to the prestigious 3686 Conference, a prime opportunity for startups to connect, learn, and grow.
The team at Fathom wishes to extend their heartfelt gratitude to the Nashville Social Enterprise Alliance and Hanah Pechan for this esteemed recognition and to all those who came out in support during the showcase. The future looks promising for Fathom, and this milestone is just the beginning.
To learn more about the Nashville Social Enterprise Alliance, visit their website: nashvillesocialenterprise.us/
Fathom is a workforce innovation company offering universal talent management solutions for the World of Work. Their unique approach seeks to eliminate barriers in the education-to-employment ecosystem and pave the way for upward career mobility.
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