Entrepreneurship Experiential Education Program
Businesses that receive Innovation Fund (IF) grants provide opportunities for students, faculty and staff to experience firsthand what it’s like to be an entrepreneur. This educational component is a unique feature of the IF funding process.
Entrepreneurs have always been the backbone of the American economy. Today’s corporate conglomerates were started by men and women with innovative – even outlandish – ideas who had the dedication to make their new ventures thrive. Often these entrepreneurs have become leaders in our business community, whether they took over the family business, purchased or started their own venture, or worked within a larger company to revitalize its practices.
Do you think you have what it take to be an Entrepreneur?
- Are interested in starting your own business
- Have an innovative idea
- Want to find out what it’s like to be an Entrepreneur
- Are interested in an Internship or Co-op experience
Contact Career Services at 440-366-4076 or click here to learn about entrepreneurship at LCCC.
The purpose of the Entrepreneurship Experiential Education Program is to advance entrepreneurship education among students, faculty and staff across campus. It is our hope that this program will help our faculty incorporate entrepreneurism into their course curriculum, regardless of the field of study. Faculty members and instructors who would like learn how to incorporate entrepreneurship education and experiential learning opportunities in the classroom may start here. Click here to learn more.
Connecting to Entrepreneurs
To connect with the Innovation Fund Entrepreneurs and other emerging high-growth businesses, or talk with someone about how to get started please contact Career Services, Linda Telzrow, Innovation Fund Experiential and Work-Based Learning Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org or 440-366-7665.