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Craig Lindvahl

Executive Director

Midland Institute for Entrepreneurship

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Midland Institute for Entrepreneurship

1201 Network Centre Dr.

Effingham, Illinois,62401

United States

Company Description

The Midland Institute for Entrepreneurship is an investment in the future, established by Midland States Bank. The Institute endeavors to establish the transformational program called "CEO" in communities in the Midland States Bank footprint and beyond. The ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer

Effingham Discussion Board


Chief Executive Officer

U.S. Bank


Additional Cinematography

Diana and Kathy


Affiliations

Advance Illinois

Board Member


Illinois State Board of Education

Board Member


Effingham CEO Investors

Board Member


New Smithsonian Exhibition

Content Advisor


Thelma Keller Convention Center

Master of Ceremonies for the Annual Effingham County Chamber of Commerce Business Recognition Gala


Web References(159 Total References)


About Us

www.midlandinstitute.com [cached]

Craig Lindvahl
Executive Director Email: clindvahl@midlandinstitute.com Craig Lindvahl - Executive Director Craig Lindvahl is a nationally recognized educator and filmmaker. In more than thirty years of teaching, he has taught every grade k-12, and his work as a filmmaker and musician has taken him to nearly 20 countries and allowed him to work with young people from more than 25 countries. His television work is regularly seen on PBS stations around the country, and his most recent documentaries, including a behind-the-scenes look at the Cincinnati Reds, have enjoyed a run on the Major League Baseball Network. He is the recipient of twelve Mid America Emmy Awards and eleven Telly Awards, for producing, writing, camera work, and composing, as well as the Studs Terkel Award for contributions to the humanities. He is a recipient of the prestigious Milken National Educator Award and has twice been recognized as a finalist for Illinois Teacher of the year. In addition to being honored for excellence in teaching by a number of universities, he was also honored with a "Leaders in Learning" Award from the cable television industry and a distinguished educator award from Eastern Illinois University. Along with his teaching partner, former Illinois Teacher of the Year Joe Fatheree, Lindvahl has participated in a number of groundbreaking educational endeavors, including the establishment of a nationally known filmmaking program and the CEO (Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities) class, a multi-district entrepreneurship class funded almost entirely by business investors. As a result of his work with the innovative CEO class in Effingham, Illinois, he was recently named the Illinois "teacher-preneur" of the year. Lindvahl is a sought after speaker and is available for speaking engagements in your community. Send an email to inquire about his availability


Advisory Board

www.effinghamceo.com [cached]

Craig Lindvahl - Midland Institute of Entrepreneurship, Business Investor


Press Releases | Union County CEO Program | Page 2

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"Any time the kids get to meet with Craig, it's time that you know is well-spent," said Hawk.
Facilitated by Midland Institute staff members Craig Lindvahl and Elizabeth Roepke, the main goal of the session was to get students thinking and interacting as a group in ways that they may not be used to. "Craig did a fantastic job of getting the students out of their normal comfort zones," said program vice president Rollie Hawk after attending the meeting. The program-designed to promote entrepreneurship among high school juniors and seniors-is beginning a modified version of the program for its first year, starting with this opportunity for students to meet with Craig Lindvahl, facilitator and teacher of the original CEO program in Effingham. Press Release - Union County CEO Program Holds Orientation Dinner2 Lindvahl spent most of the evening engaging students, expressing the importance of posture, eye contact, an effective handshake and other subtleties essential to entrepreneurs projecting confidence while seeking out investors for their ideas. "You're my kids," stated Lindvahl several times as he expressed how impressed he's been with so many Union County students contacting him directly to share their enthusiasm and desire for the program to expand into the area. This first year will involve monthly interactions with Lindvahl and other staff from the Midland Institute. The program's financial committee is currently planning an event for September where some of the top local entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to meet with Lindvahl and learn more about how the program works and the vital role they will play, whether as investors, mentors, guest speakers or some combination of those roles.


Union County CEO Program | Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities | Page 9

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Facilitated by Midland Institute staff members Craig Lindvahl and Elizabeth Roepke, the main goal of the session was to get students thinking and interacting as a group in ways that they may not be used to.
"Craig did a fantastic job of getting the students out of their normal comfort zones," said program vice president Rollie Hawk after attending the meeting. The program-designed to promote entrepreneurship among high school juniors and seniors-is beginning a modified version of the program for its first year, starting with this opportunity for students to meet with Craig Lindvahl, facilitator and teacher of the original CEO program in Effingham. Press Release - Union County CEO Program Holds Orientation Dinner2 Lindvahl spent most of the evening engaging students, expressing the importance of posture, eye contact, an effective handshake and other subtleties essential to entrepreneurs projecting confidence while seeking out investors for their ideas. "You're my kids," stated Lindvahl several times as he expressed how impressed he's been with so many Union County students contacting him directly to share their enthusiasm and desire for the program to expand into the area. This first year will involve monthly interactions with Lindvahl and other staff from the Midland Institute. The program's financial committee is currently planning an event for September where some of the top local entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to meet with Lindvahl and learn more about how the program works and the vital role they will play, whether as investors, mentors, guest speakers or some combination of those roles.


September | 2014 | Union County CEO Program

unioncountyceo.com [cached]

Facilitated by Midland Institute staff members Craig Lindvahl and Elizabeth Roepke, the main goal of the session was to get students thinking and interacting as a group in ways that they may not be used to.
"Craig did a fantastic job of getting the students out of their normal comfort zones," said program vice president Rollie Hawk after attending the meeting.


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