ACE, the living-learning community, offers students an opportunity to connect and work with others who share their enthusiasm for entrepreneurship while living together or commuting and taking classes together. Students have access to resources that can help them create their own business and expand their network.
-Nolan Bushnell, founder of Atari and Chuck E. Cheese's
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CEO is a student organization which fosters the development of entrepreneurial skills in its members. Sessions are held with outside business leaders, instructors and entrepreneurs who lead lectures, question and answer sessions and workshops to build students' understanding of the entrepreneurial experience. CEO is open to all majors.
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The Center for Entrepreneurship & Business Innovation at Kent State University, along with eight other college and university entrepreneurship programs (Akron, Ashland, Baldwin-Wallace, Case Western Reserve, Cleveland State, John Carroll, Hiram and Lake Erie), is part of the Entrepreneurship Education Consortium, an organization whose mission is to prevent brain drain and stimulate economic growth in Northeast Ohio.
For more information contact Mary Heidler, Manager, College of Business Administration CEBI at firstname.lastname@example.org or 330-672-9430