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Studer Community Institute


Podcast: Entrecon 2017

October 18, 2017

Rachel Gillette of Studer Community Institute talked on “Pensacola Speaks” about the upcoming Entrecon. Check it out.…


Podcast: CivicCon update

October 17, 2017

Last week, Christian Wagley discussed the success of the first CivicCon event with Chuck Marohn and previewed the list of upcoming speakers.…


Studer podcast: How to be a mentor

September 22, 2017

Yesterday on “Pensacola Speaks,” Quint Studer, founder of the Studer Community Institute, talked about his upcoming column in the Pensacola News Journal. It’s the second part of his discussion about mentorship. He said, “Every community has…

Education Politics

Early Learning Sensory Garden opens July 20

July 19, 2017

Grand opening of Early Learning Sensory Garden in downtown Pensacola is set for July 20. The custom designed and landscaped play area at Bodacious Brew-Thru dive-thru coffee shop is another piece of the Studer Family of…

Business Caring Education

Achieve Escambia boss resigns

February 15, 2017

After less than four months on the job, Achieve Escambia’s Director Greg Voss has resigned. Achieve Escambia was founded in early 2016 by Navy Federal Credit Union, Gulf Power and other community leaders to improve public education.…


Studer helps City of Crestview [podcast]

January 19, 2017

Studer Community Institute is working with the City of Crestview to create an over all mission, vision, values and strategic plan for the city. Larry Harris with Mason-Dixon will conduct a survey to the residents of…


Entrepreneur Award nominees sought

August 9, 2016

Form the Studer Community Institute: Now is your chance to recognize an individual, business or organization by nominating them for an Entrepreneur Award. Recommend a nominee today! One of the goals of the Studer Community Institute,…

Caring Education

Volunteers sought for ReadingPals

July 5, 2016

According to Studer Community Institute, 34 percent of Escambia County children fail kindergarten readiness tests. This deficiency often continues and correlates closely to the 27 percent of Escambia County students who do not graduate from High…


SCI announces Be the Bulb winners on Thursday

June 28, 2016

Quint and Rishy Studer will award $50,000 on Thursday to the winners of the Be the Bulb challenge. The Studers announced in January a campaign to give $50,000 for the best ideas to improve early learning…