Javon Miller, student entrepreneur and LaunchNET Fellow, will host a discussion about the "real life" stuff of being a young entrepreneur. It's not just about your business (or business idea!), it's about your life.
Are you a Hipster, Handler, Hacker or a Hustler? The Commons Akron Innovation and Entrepreneurial Skills Program needs you! One-page overview.
Two great pilot programs in Akron in 2019: students from seven area universities doing innovation projects with Akron Children’s Hospital, Consolidus, FirstEnergy, Goodyear, Main Street Gourmet, The J.M. Smucker’s Company and The Timken Company.
Participate in the next program: February 29 – March 29, 2020!
It's time to start preparing for the Spring Internship, Co-op and Career Fair which will be held on Thursday, February 20th in the Beverly J. Warren Student Recreation and Wellness Center! The fair is open to ALL majors, KSU campuses, students, and alumni who are seeking internships, co-ops, full-time, part-time, and on-campus student employment opportunities.
MORTAR at Bounce is a 15-week accelerator course that helps both existing and aspiring non-tech entrepreneurs learn the nuances of business ownership and build a comprehensive business canvas; the goal being to launch businesses that create jobs and circulate dollars locally.
The program focuses on entrepreneurs who are often ignored. By targeting under-served and redeveloping communities, it offers non-traditional or historically marginalized entrepreneurs the opportunity to use their talents to not just make a dollar, but to positively participate in the rise of Northeast Ohio.
Innovation Corps (I-Corps) Kick-off 02/28 - Friday, February 28, 2020 at Sears think[box] It takes an incredible amount of courage to risk starting your own business and just like it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a community to support a business. Let's spend our Friday lunch time being a piece of this supportive community.
Each spring, we invite students from around the world to pitch ideas for conscious capitalism ventures that make a profit while also solving a problem. Winners take home thousands of dollars to help make their ideas come true.
If you're interested in technology, this is a great chance to build up your resume and get experience with companies on the cutting-edge! You can be studying in any area, from STEM to business, communications, marketing and design.
These are paid internships with a minimum of $15 an hour but you can negotiate for more, and we'll connect you with the companies.