The Center for Entrepreneurship enjoys a robust relationship with a wide variety of cross-campus Departments, Centers, initiatives and individual faculty and student entrepreneurs. Various opportunities exist for students to enrich their real-world experience and expertise as young entrepreneurs. From research to business, compete for cash prizes by pitching your idea to a judging panel of experts from the venture capital, business, and banking professions held every spring at the Student Expo.
Join the global grassroots movement of active and empowered entrepreneurs participating in a 54-hour frenzy where teams are organically formed, business models are created, coding, designing and market validation are completed to present at the end of the weekend to local entrepreneurial leaders for an opportunity for critical feedback during StartUp Weekend held once a semester.
Get up to $20,000 to go through a 12-week intensive program that covers Lean Startup, gives you access to dedicated mentors/consultants, industry standard hardware/software, and workspace and pitch your company to investors during the summer’s Innovation Engine Accelerator.
“Brown bag” developmental Research Seminars for colleagues in the College of Business and Voinovich School. The aim of the seminars is to provide a constructive environment for the development of research projects and publications. They’re open to all faculty interested in developing research.
Whatever your major, knowledge of or interest in entrepreneurship, the Center has everything to offer you from Venture Cafe‘s and Guest Lectures to helping you form and launch your business. Don’t miss out on the excitement!