At Lewis & Clark, we see entrepreneurship as the practical application of the liberal arts—a natural extension of what we do in the classroom.
Through our academic and cocurricular offerings, students translate their knowledge and experiences into skills that will enhance their success beyond college. At the core of this effort are dynamic partnerships among students, alumni, faculty, and entrepreneurial mentors.
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Events from Our Program
Showcase of Student-Designed Craft Beers
We invite you to join the Center for Entrepreneurship for a tasting of student-crafted beers, along with appetizers made with oyster mushrooms grown by the Center for Entrepreneurship’s 2013 Venture Competition winning team, the Portland Mushroom Company. Tasting is open to all members of the Lewis & Clark Community 21 years and older.
News from Our Program
Forge Portland is the latest incubator space to emerge on the scene. But with its focus on nonprofit and social entrepreneurship, founder Robert Bart thinks he has found an underserved niche. Forge Portland was a finalist in Lewis & Clark’s first venture competition, which featured ideas from students in the law school and graduate schools.