Are you an Entrepreneurship major or minor or interested in the program?
Join professors at the Entrepreneurship Majors and Minors Meeting on Thursday, Feb. 25 from 4:30 to 5:45 p.m. in CRCC 205 to find out about the updates to the program and to offer your feedback regarding the program to administrators. Pizza and beverages will be provided.
The Entrepreneurship major opens the doors to creating your own business, and the minor allows students to apply the entrepreneurial mindset in settings from startups to large corporations.
The Eccles School offers many different opportunities for students to earn seed and development money with no strings attached.
The Entrepreneurship program also prepares students to launch businesses and succeed in the real world.
“My study in Entrepreneurship has given me an unrelenting drive to create something new and valuable in the world. I am now undeterred by social reality and instead see it as a malleable medium used to cultivate change. Entrepreneurship taught me how to creatively solve problems using abstract thinking and how to go about validating a business model,” said Danny McCormick, an entrepreneurship senior in the Class of ’16 who has started Protégé Ink.
If you’re interested in attending, please RSVP by clicking here. Even if you don’t get the chance to RSVP, please drop by for an engaging discussion and food with friends!