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If you are active in our entrepreneurial ecosystem, we are interested in working with you. Great learning happens by doing and we have a variety of ways past or present entrepreneurs, executives, and organizations can engage with our nationally recognized entrepreneurship program.


Mentoring is critical for our entrepreneurship majors, who are actively working to produce a viable business plan. Students develop plans across a variety of industries and markets. If you have specialized industry, market, or domain expertise, you could make a big impact on students' learning.  Learn more.


Internships equip our students with real-world experience and help you recruit top talent from our nationally recognized program. Internships are strongly encouraged for all entrepreneurship majors and students typically work 20 to 40 hours during the summer months. If you are interested in our entrepreneurship students interning at your organization - big or small - we would like to hear from you. Learn more.