How have rural communities experienced the process of digital economic development? What challenges did they face? What types of unexpected opportunities did they encounter? And what types of economic forces impacted their efforts?
Derrick Esquibel and Jazzmin Little were part of the first rural cohort to participate in a 12-week intensive IT Support Specialist course offered free of charge through a partnership between the Center on Rural Innovation and Generation USA.
Blog|EntrepreneurshipKall Morris Inc. wins $10,000 cash prize in inaugural CORI Pitch Event
Featuring pre-seed or seed-stage startups from a variety of sectors, “Small Towns, Big Ideas,” the first-ever virtual pitch event hosted by the Center on Rural Innovation, gave small-town entrepreneurs a national spotlight.
We’ve assembled a list of 10 rural colleges and universities across the country that are playing a key role in promoting technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship on their campus and in their communities.
Read CORI's latest story in the Rural Aperture Project!