Little Rock’s Noble Impact, the nonprofit that works in partnership with the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service to promote social-based student entrepreneurship, will screen the award-winning documentary “Most Likely to Succeed” in Fort Smith and Little Rock.
Skip and Billie Rutherford held a reception at Trapnall Hall to welcome the Clinton School of Public Service’s Class XI. The Clinton School is the nation’s first to offer a Master of Public Service (MPS) degree.
Founded by Arkansas businessman Steve Clark and Clinton School of Public Service alumnus Chad Williamson, Noble Impact is an education initiative to establish public service and entrepreneurship as a core curriculum in public schools.
There are a lot of great things to do around the city this weekend! That includes the Arkansas Literary Festival, art shows, a performance from Ballet Arkansas, shopping, food festivals and yoga events. Check out our lineup!