Innovative Teaching launches student’s career

Brock Bernholtz, Kent State University junior entrepreneurship major, is the CEO and founder of InCheck Services LLC, a drop-off tracking application that allows customers to stay in touch with items that are dropped off for repairs, changes and more.  Bernholtz said that his success would not have been possible without the Entrepreneurial Experience class through Kent State’s Ambassador Crawford College of Business and Entrepreneurship. In the course, students are required to create and develop their own company with the help of professors and professionals that devote time to guide the students through the process. Bernholtz credits his professors, Denise Easterling and Craig Zamary, for helping him reach success. Because of the entrepreneurship course, Bernholtz has been able to gain experience with the highs and lows of launching a business. He has built an impressive resume as an undergraduate student and his professors believe he has a bright future ahead of him.    

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POSTED: Tuesday, December 2, 2014 02:42 PM
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