Entrepreneurship at the University of Rochester

By Rebekah:

Did you know that the University of Rochester has a Center for Entrepreneurship?  This Center was developed through a special gift in 2003 from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and serves to create new partnerships with alumni, local businesses and non-profit organizations; publicizes school-based experiences and encourages collaboration among all six schools involved in entrepreneurship education, including the Simon Graduate School of Business. 

Beyond the concentration in Entrepreneurship within the M.B.A. program, here are other opportunities for Simon students:

1. Join the Simon Entrepreneurs club

2. Participate in the Mark Ain Business Model Workshop Series and Competition

3. Serve on an advisory or consultative team to current or aspiring entrepreneurs

4. Subscribe to the Women's Entrepreneurship Blog

5. Read the Center's latest newsletter

6. Attend campus events hosted by the Center for Entrepreneurship

We are fortunate to have some many opportunities available to our graduate students who wish to receive training in entrepreneurship!

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