bringing together businesswomen of diverse occupations and to provide opportunities for them to help themselves and others grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support and national recognition.
The Mission of the American Business Women’s Association is to bring together businesswomen of diverse occupations and to provide opportunities for them to help themselves and others grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support, and national recognition.
The Arts Council of Brazos Valley, a non-profit organization with one driving mission: to make the arts accessible to all residents and visitors of the Brazos Valley through funding, promotion, advocacy, professional development and partnership building programs.
Boys & Girls Club of Brazos Valley offers programs and services which promote and enhance the development of boys and girls by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence.
Boys & Girls Clubs are a safe place to learn and grow, all while having fun. We are truly The Positive Place for Kids.
The mission of this organization shall be the promotion of the visual arts within the Brazos Valley area by means of exhibits, programs, classes, and similar activities that promote the practice and appreciation of the visual arts.
The Brazos Valley Project Managers (BVPM) group is a venue of the Houston chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI.) http://pmihouston.org/
The Houston chapter is one of the largest PMI chapters in the world with over 4,000 members from all industries including Engineering and Construction, Industrial, Information Systems, Oil and Gas, Healthcare, Education, Telecommunications, Government, Marketing and Advertising, and Service / Support sectors.
As a venue of the Houston chapter, the BVPM has its own leadership board that organizes and conducts its own local meetings which are focused specifically on the needs and goals of our community. At the same time, we are affiliated with the largest PMI chapter in the world and have the benefit of drawing upon their professional resources including professional speakers and lecturers from all over the world.
Another benefit of the BVPM is that all of our meetings count towards Professional Development Units (PDU's) which are necessary for obtaining and maintaining the prestigious PMP Certification.
The Brazos Valley's ONLY professional orchestra http://bvso.org/ The Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra is a non-profit performing arts organization with the mission to maintain a symphony of high artistic standards, and to promote the musical arts for cultural and education purposes in the Brazos Valley. The BVSO was created in 1981 through the merger of two smaller community music organizations: the Brazos Symphony Orchestra, and the Bryan-College Station Chamber Orchestra. Each season, the orchestra performs five classical subscription concerts, two children’s concerts, and a free outdoor performance. Each year, the BVSO brings in amazing guest artists and presents outstanding live performances for the enrichment and enjoyment of the community.
Bubba Moore Memorial Group, Inc. dba Friends of Bubba. Founded in memory of WIlliam Fowler Moore in 2004. Friends of Bubba is a non-profit charitable organization that raises funds to donate to local organizations and people in need of health care.
Bush School Uncorked is a podcast series hosted by the Bush School of Government & Public Service. The podcasts cover a variety of topics from emerging technology to developing democracies with various faculty invited as guest speakers. The podcasts have also expanded to include former student panels about what life is like in public service from a local, state, federal, and even international perspective. Everyone is sure to find at least one podcast that they will enjoy and learn something from! Live records happen at Downtown Uncorked on Tuesdays!
The mission of the College Station ISD Education Foundation is to provide resources to inspire learning, enrich teaching and recognize accomplishments of district students and teachers through partnering with community individuals and businesses.
The Community Foundation of the Brazos Valley is dedicated to improving the quality of life in the Brazos Valley through the development of philanthropic giving, responsible grantmaking, professional stewardship and collaborative leadership.
The Downtown Bryan Association (DBA) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to create, cultivate, and showcase the commerce, culture, and community of our Downtown District by preserving the past and building a vibrant future. Through its leadership and partnership activities, the DBA supports the economic growth and physical appeal of Downtown Bryan, while constantly looking for opportunities for improvement and growth within the community.
Mission: To enhance economic and social growth in Bryan College Station and the Brazos Valley by marketing, promoting, developing, and coordinating tourism, conventions, sports, and hospitality opportunities in the area.
Girls Pint Out is a national craft beer organization for women. Our mission is to build a community of women who love craft beer and who are an active, contributing part of the greater craft beer community. Through social media, blog posts, and local events hosted by chapters, Girls Pint Out offers a forum for discussion, education, and fun. Events are educational, charitable, and/or social. The majority of events are women-only, but sometimes men are invited. There is no membership process – just join us for a pint!
Junior Achievement (JA) is a non-profit youth organization that works with local businesses and organizations to deliver experiential programs on the topics of financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship to students in kindergarten through high school
The Junior League of Bryan-College Station, Inc. is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving our community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.
Entrepreneurship. Leadership. Citizenship:
Who We Are: A group of local business and community members who have graduated from the Leadership Brazos program and want to continue to give back to our community while growing our own leadership qualities.
Purpose: To enhance our community by creating a platform and springboard for members to use the knowledge gained in Leadership Brazos to impact the community and local business in a positive way.
Mercy Project’s mission is to rescue children from slavery. We partner with families and communities trapped in the cycle of poverty, empowering them with sustainable economic solutions in order to free children from forced labor.
We believe in Empowerment, Hope, Education, Reunification, and Sustainability. Our process is holistic, attacking the root causes of child trafficking in Ghana. This is a complex problem that demands equally complex solutions.
Every good story begins with people. Our people are little boys and girls working on Lake Volta, moms and dads too poor and tired to imagine a different way, and rural fishermen - many whom were trafficked children themselves - who lack the education and training to break the cycle of poverty. We’re bringing new life to each of their stories.
We believe in the collective power of people using their gifts to bring good to the world. Since our inception, we’ve marveled at what happens when a bunch of ordinary people commit to doing something beautiful together. Let’s use our gifts to help bring more freedom in Ghana.
Read more – and join the journey – at mercyproject.net.
Founded in 1972, OPAS at Texas A&M University -an organization of the Memorial Student Center - presents professional productions of theatre, music and dance programs that enlighten, entertain and inspire audiences of the Brazos Valley. OPAS programs are funded entirely by revenue generated from ticket sales and contributions.
Borne of a love for sharing good beer with good company. Founded in 2010 by Dean & Adrienne Brundage and John & Lisa Januskey, New Republic brews craft beer in College Station, Texas. We’re no two-percenters. NRB is run by a core of current and former students (and one slightly befuddled non-Aggie). Leave a penny for Sully on our behalf and enjoy a New Republic beer when you celebrate. Get it in Bryan, College Station, and Houston. Come by the taproom to meet us and hear our story in person.
1 (713) 489-4667
11405 N. Dowling Rd. Unit C College Station, TX 77845
A collective of entrepreneurs, software developers, and new idea enthusiasts. The Cartel aims to gather passionate developers from Central Texas to share their personal and professional experiences. By creating a space where hackers can interact, the Cartel hopes to grow and maintain a community of curious and passionate developers while fostering and promoting best practices.
Grand Stafford Theater, Bryan Texas 106 S Main St, Bryan, TX 77803
Startup Grind is a global startup community designed to educate, inspire, and connect entrepreneurs. Powered by Google for Entrepreneurs.
Startup Grind - BCS is a community-wide organization, led by Texas A&M University student entrepreneurs.
A club for those who wish to share the joys of home brewing beer in Bryan College Station. We meet the third Friday evening of every month, with a few exception, including Saturday meetings for March (St. Patrick's Day) and October (Oktoberfest.)
he United Way of the Brazos Valley strengthens the community by identifying issues facing the Brazos Valley, engaging individuals to build strategies and mobilizing resources to invest in change. They invest through Community Impact Grants to local nonprofit organizations and Investment Initiatives including 2-1-1 Texas, Youth Leadership Cabinet, Early Literacy Programs and the Financial Stability Innovation Fund.
United Way of the Brazos Valley 1716 Briarcrest Drive, Suite 155 Bryan, TX 77802
Our mission is to advocate for the best interest of abused and neglected children under the court's jurisdiction until each is placed into a safe, nurturing and permanent home and to ensure that each child's needs are addressed and fully met.
More women than ever are becoming entrepreneurs, entering the market part or full-time, often with kids in tow, little education, and no idea where to begin. Women Entrepreneurs (WE) is here to offer support, education, and connections to grow their businesses.
WE started out as a simple Facebook group to support local women entrepreneurs. Now we’re happy to debut our new official organization with even more to offer! We will continue to offer free constant support via the WE Facebook group, but starting now, we will also be providing next-level services for those who want to grow successful businesses.
Founded in 2010, Young Professionals of Aggieland is an organization in which young adults through networking, personal development and community involvement seek to grow professionally and to make a significant and charitable impact on the Bryan-College Station community. Its purpose is charitable and educational.
Since then our membership has grown to include over 1,200 young professionals in their 20s – 40s.
Membership is completely free.