Alliance institutions are leaders in entrepreneurship, from degree programs and events to incubators and community partnerships.
…What are some of the exciting things happening at Alliance schools?
Drexel’s Close School of Entrepreneurship, the first of its kind, offers over 20 entrepreneurship courses and a variety of initiatives and degree programs. Their Maguire Empowerment Program for Women Leaders focuses on developing entrepreneurial skills in young women.
Northeastern’s Student Entrepreneur’s Club (ranked 6th in the world and the best in Massachusetts) engages over 1,000 students. Northeastern also hosts centers for social entrepreneurship, engineering entrepreneurship, health sciences entrepreneurship and nursing entrepreneurship.
Delaware’s Blue Hen Proof of Concept Fund provides resources for university teams to build prototypes based on customer demand.
Alliance institutions are also convening entrepreneurship week and women’s entrepreneurship events, providing living-learning communities for students and collaborating with community partners to help start-ups, just to name a few!
…Want to check out entrepreneurship initiatives at each Alliance institution?
The links below are a good place to start.
|College of Charleston||Center for Entrepreneurship|
|University of Delaware||Horn Program in Entrepreneurship|
|Drexel University||Baiada Institute for Entrepreneurship|
|Elon University||Doherty Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership|
|Hofstra University||Center for Entrepreneurship|
|James Madison University||Center for Entrepreneurship|
|Northeastern University||Center for Entrepreneurship Education|
|Towson University||Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship|
|UNC-Wilmington||Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship|
|College of William & Mary||Alan B. Miller Entrepreneurship Center|
…Want to get a degree or certificate in entrepreneurship?
Many Alliance schools also offer entrepreneurship minors.
…Looking for more resources or a conference to attend?: