Winterim 2014: January 13-17
An entrepreneurial mindset is an advantage for all college graduates in our fast-changing world. Whether you want to start a new organization or work for an existing one, you can benefit from the skills of entrepreneurs: creativity, developing and pitching ideas, taking advantage of opportunities, and making things happen.
Students discuss their experiences during the 2012 workshop.
The Center for Entrepreneurship is offering Principles and Practices of Entrepreneurship. A weeklong workshop designed to teach entrepreneurial skills. Examples of topics included in the curriculum:
- recognizing opportunities
- identifying stakeholders
- communicating value, and
- developing activities with milestones and pivots
— all key abilities on the entrepreneurial journey of obtaining “yeses.”
You will also have an opportunity to network with business leaders and social entrepreneurs, including Lewis & Clark alumni.
Earn a Certificate of Completion for successful completion of the weeklong workshop!
To make inquiries please email Michael Kaplan, Managing Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship, at firstname.lastname@example.org.