Entrepreneurship and Start Ups
Explore careers in entrepreneurship and start ups by exploring the links below. Found a career you're interested in? Stop by our office or make an appointment via Handshake with a career advisor and begin networking to learn more.
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- Venture For America - Learn and apply for this program for enterprising college graduates who can revitalize American cities and communities through entrepreneurship.
- Thiel Fellowship - $100,000 for 2 years to support 20 and unders to "learn by doing" and accelerate their professional development so that they can bring their most ambitious projects to life
- Enstitute - Enstitute is a non-profit, apprenticeship-based, educational experience that turns startups and small businesses into classrooms. Apply to 50+ jobs with one application to work with the most innovative companies and learn directly from CEOs!
- All Business - Information, products, and services for entrepreneurs to start, manage, finance and build a business
- B Corps Job Board - resource for finding meaningful work
- Entrepreneur.com - Information to help start, grow or manage a small business
- StartupJournal - The Wall Street Journal Center for Entrepreneurs
- My Own Business - A free course on how to start a business
- Ashoka - A global organization that identifies and invests in leading social entrepreneurs
- Social Edge - Global online community where social entrepreneurs connect to network, learn, inspire and share resources
- Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Newswire - CSR news, reports, blogs, events
- Ladies Who Launch - Provides online resources and connections for women entrepreneurs
- Mass Challenge - Connects entrepreneurs with the resources they need to launch and succeed immediately, internship opportunities posted as well
- Echoing Green Fellowship - supports innovative solutions to community challenges
- Entrepreneurship - A capstone course designed to expose students to a strategic perspective on business challenges in the context of entrepreneurial firms. Integrating concepts and analytical tools from functional disciplines (e.g., finance, marketing, accounting) in the diagnosis, analysis, and resolution of complex business situations, this seminar helps students develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to excel in either new ventures or in today's increasingly entrepreneurial corporate environments. Among other activities, students learn from case studies, class discussions, and working together to develop and present a business plan.
- The Connolly Entrepreneurship Society - The Connolly Entrepreneurship Society was established in 2010 to help students from across campus learn about start-ups in a hands-on environment. During the term, students meet on a weekly basis to listen to guest speakers, plan and promote events such as the Entrepreneurship Summit, and work on consulting projects for start-ups.