|Climb CDC Offers a New Program
After Hurricane Katrina, Climb CDC started a program for its students to learn construction to help rebuild.
Now Climb CDC is doing the same with the BP oil spill by trying to help restore the Gulf. Video
|Climb CDC Honors 'Celebrate Me' Program Graduates
Tuesday, 12 young coast women were recognized for their commitment to better themselves. Video
|Women's Business Center's Shark Tank Event is a Success
Thursday, some local entrepreneurs got the chance to pitch their business plans to local business experts. Video
|Mississppi Awarded $28 Million for Gulf Restoration Projects
This week, Mississippi was awarded $28 million more in settlements from the BP oil spill. Video
|Climb C.D.C. Holds Shark Tank Competition
Climb C.D.C.'s Women's Business Center will be hosting its very own Not So Scary Shark Tank competition Thursday, November 20th. Video
|Climb C.D.C. to Branch Out to Pascagoula
Pascagoula has been looking to bring a community kitchen to the city as a launch pad for entrepreneurs for a few years now and they've finally found an avenue to make that happen. Video
|Initiative Trains Local Youth in Coastal Restoration to Assist in Gulf Oil Spill Recovery
Through the Gulf Coast Restoration Initiative, teens and young adults gain skills in aquatic resource management and coastal habitat monitoring.
|Climb C.D.C. Announces Construction & Culinary Community Service Project at Quarles Elementary
In conjunction with the United Way’s Leo Seal Day of Caring, CLIMB Community Development Corporation (CLIMB C.D.C.) will provide YouthBuild AmeriCorps members to renovate a physical education room at Quarles Elementary School in Long Beach, and YouthBuild culinary students will conduct a cooking lesson on healthy eating at the school.
|Workforce Training Institute Graduates Class of 2014
CLIMB Community Development Corporation’s (CLIMB C.D.C.) Workforce Training Institute held its graduation Wednesday night, and the Class of 2014 is ready to take on the world. Video
|CLIMB C.D.C.’s Workforce Training Institute Graduates Class of 2014
Climb Community Development Corporation (CLIMB C.D.C.), a locally governed nonprofit organization, will graduate 47 students who completed its Workforce Training Institute (W.T.I.) programs.