Davinder Lally, a Class of 2018 senior, works with mentor Melanie Howe on his business plan.
Mentoring is critical for entrepreneurship majors, who are eager for guidance about how to navigate the challenging, exciting path to launching their innovative ventures.
We work with mentors to pair them with the right student and to structure the experience to align with your availability and interests. For instance, some mentors offer guidance and support by meeting one-on-one, while others participate in once per semester events.
Each year we hold Mentor Days with industry experts, serial entrepreneurs, and community leaders, where students get feedback on their business plans. Mentors review business plans, provide feedback, and offer advice for successfully launching the venture.
Become a Mentor
The possibilities for engagement are endless, so let’s talk about a good fit for you!
To apply to be a mentor, contact our assistant director, Krystal Geyer.
Contact Assistant Director