Girls Code Games Holiday Camp Wraps with Funding from Howmet Aerospace Foundation

By Kait Lance | January 7, 2023

The Creative Coast closed 2022 with its final program of the year: the Girls Code Games Holiday Camp. The educational camp took place from December 19th to 22nd and provided a free opportunity for over twenty 5th to 8th-grade girls to learn how to code video games using MIT Scratch. The camp wrapped with a party showcasing the campers’ final game creations and a funding announcement from the Howmet Aerospace Foundation.

SALT & The Creative Coast are Seeking Marketing Apprentices

By The Creative Coast | January 5, 2023

We are seeking marketing apprentices in the Savannah area. We are interested in entry-level marketing specialists who can join our team and contribute in a controlled experiential environment. Be prepared…

Christian Sottile Announced as 2023 GRIT Conference Keynote

By The Creative Coast | January 5, 2023

SAVANNAH (January 4, 2023) – The Creative Coast is thrilled to announce that Christian Sottile will be the third keynote speaker at the GRIT Conference happening on January 26-28, 2023…

SCAD Professor Reflects on Legacy of Gaming Education

By Bradley Mullis | January 5, 2023

Did you ever die of dysentery on Oregon Trail? No? Okay…well, how many hours did you spend trying to bring Carmen Sandiego to justice in the back of a dusty…

Creative Coast Announces 2023 GRIT Conference Panels & Volunteer Opportunities

By Bradley Mullis | December 21, 2022

GRIT, Savannah’s premier innovation conference, is gearing up for an exciting event on January 26-28, 2023 at the Savannah Cultural Arts Center. The two-day event will highlight innovators and thought leaders from diverse industries across the city and beyond. The Creative Coast is thrilled to announce 2023 GRIT panels covering topics such as NFTs for good, restaurateur innovativeness, the metaverse, and more!

Georgia Southern University launches NASA-funded engineering mentorship program with Savannah-area high schools

By The Creative Coast | December 20, 2022

Savannah-area high school students are getting a first-hand look at engineering concepts through the Eagle Engineering Ambassadors (EAA) program, a new NASA-funded mentorship program that partners students in Georgia Southern University’s Allen E. Paulson College of Engineering and Computing with teams of high school students.

Creative Coast Announces 2023 GRIT Conference Panels 

By Abbegayle Stallons | December 19, 2022

Media Contact: Kaitlin Lance, [email protected] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  Creative Coast Announces 2023 GRIT Conference Panels  GRIT, The Creative Coast’s innovation conference, is excited to announce the following panels and panelists…

Creative Coast’s Holiday Shopping Guide

By Bradley Mullis | December 19, 2022

We’re in the final countdown to Christmas and if you’re anything like us, shopping is still at the top of the to-do list. Forget the malls, the boutiques, the touristy…

Hello Alice Is Awarding $5,000 Grants to 50 Small Business Owners

Hello Alice offers $25,000 Grant for Small Business

By Abbegayle Stallons | December 19, 2022

The life of an entrepreneur is hard. Even when the door closes and the ‘OPEN’ sign flickers off, you’re still working. You have no real business hours—rather, you stay until…

NextDoor Foundation Keeps it Local with $5K Microgrant Opportunities

By Bradley Mullis | December 12, 2022

There’s nothing better than supporting a local business. Nextdoor Foundation and Hello Alice are doing exactly that by offering microgrants for small businesses. But time is running out! You have until this Friday (12/16) to submit your application.