Register for Incubate It — Park School at Betamore

Register for Incubate It — Park School at Betamore

INCUBATE IT 4.0:
Park School’s fourth annual INCUBATE IT event at Betamore is an evening of conversation and connections in downtown Baltimore featuring 10-minute talks by Park students, a Park parent, and a Park graduate.

Thursday, January 30 • 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

[Registration form is below.]

PROGRAM:
Hosted by Greg Cangialosi (Betamore Founder and Park parent — thank you, Greg!) and featuring 10-minute talks by a Park parent, a Park graduate, and Park Upper Schoolers. Program begins at 7 p.m.

We look forward to talks by Park parent Hahrie Han — the Inaugural Director of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Agora Institute and Professor of Political Science at Johns Hopkins University (where she is studying organizing, movements, civic engagement, democracy); Nate Loewentheil ’03 — former Obama White House economic advisor, social entrepreneur, political advocate, and angel investor. Founder of Roosevelt Campus Network and Baltimore Homecoming; and Callie Krosin ’21 and Liza Sheehy ’21, representatives from Park School’s Neighborhood Revitalization Club, which supports the development of community green spaces and affordable housing in Baltimore City. 

LOCATION:
Betamore at City Garage (City Garage at Port Covington: 101 W Dickman St, Baltimore, MD 21230) is an award-winning coworking space, incubator, and campus for technology and entrepreneurship. You’ve got to come check out this space in Port Covington! 

EASY COMMUTE!:
Door-to-door from Park is just 23 minutes! Easy-on and easy-off the highway.

EASY PARKING:
Ample on-site free parking at City Garage — no fussing with meters or other downtown paid parking. 

NEED CHILDCARE?:
If you need childcare in your home for the evening, the Upper School students who are fundraising to make our annual Civil Rights Trip happen are ready to help! Please contact Sammy at sammyb20@parkschool.net and she will coordinate with you.

COCKTAILS, LIGHT FARE, and CONVERSATION:
Beginning at 6:30 p.m.

CONNECTIONS:
Connect with friends — and make new ones. Brainstorm. Network ’til 8:30 p.m.

WHO SHOULD COME:
Park parents, prospective parents, alumni, educators, downtown denizens, and more.

WHY:
A cool space. Neat people. Compelling ideas. Free food.

Registration


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