What is the Entrepreneursing for Entrepreneurs project?
This project provides a roadmap for entrepreneurship students and graduates to identify, identify, and take advantage of opportunities to create meaningful and meaningful opportunities to innovate and grow their business.
The project includes a resource book and a digital toolkit.
The project also includes resources for students, faculty, and alumni on the business of entrepreneurship.
This is the second project in a two-part series on entrepreneurship, the third part will focus on the entrepreneurship foundation.
The second project, Entrepreneurs for Entrepreneur’s Excellence, has been a collaboration between the Foundation for Entrepreneurring Excellence, the Institute for Entrepreneure and the University of Minnesota.
The other projects have been supported by the University at Buffalo, University of St. Thomas, the University College of Ireland, and the National Institute of Economic and Social Research.
The two projects have partnered to create a shared platform for students and alumni to collaborate and share ideas, research, and best practices for the creation and management of innovative businesses.
This project is part of the Entrepreneur for Entrepreneury program, a program that aims to make entrepreneurship more accessible and accessible for underserved and underserved communities.
Students, faculty and alumni can apply for and participate in the program by visiting this page.
The Entrepreneurs program is sponsored by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
The program is a collaboration among University at Bills, University at St. John, University College Dublin, the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, the American Sociological Association, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and University of the Arts.