Three Clarke Square entrepreneurs were selected as finalists to compete to win a grand prize of $2500 to support business development goals. La Catrina de Villa, led by entrepreneur Guillermo Ramos Serrato, was the grand prize winner.
This fall, the Farm Project will implement its second Artist in Residence program. Milwaukee artist Isabel Castro has been selected from a deep and talented pool of artists to work out of the public studio & gallery space on S. Chavez Drive from August to December 2018.
The Farm Project is excited to build connections between the Milwaukee arts community and Cesar Chavez Drive, by providing an artist studio space that is open to neighborhood residents and business owners to interact with an artist, and watch the evolution of each piece of work being completed firsthand.
The Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative and the Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporation are excited to announce the results their 2017 small business competition, aimed at supporting local entrepreneurs.
The Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative (CSNI), on behalf of all 8,000 neighbors, congratulates fellow neighbors and 2016 Women of Influence Ms. Tyna Rule and Ms. Chris Her-Xiong as announced by the Milwaukee Business Journal. Both women, along with the other honorees will be celebrated on Friday during the Business Journal’s luncheon. Rule is the President […]
Job Title: Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative (CSNI) Project Director Reports To: Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative Executive Director FLSA Status: Full time, Non-exempt Prepared Date: November 3, 2014 GENERAL ROLE DESCRIPTION: The Project Director provides project management, data management and general management support to the CSNI effort, assuring that assigned projects, reports, data (collection, analysis, and reporting) […]