The program introduces first and second year students to the strategies of innovation and entrepreneurship -- to learn to identify possibilities, discover value, and build on what they find.

The program starts with a weekend of discovery and innovation. It is followed by a series of workshops to develop ideas that can lead to starting for-profit, non-profit, and social impact enterprises.

Other features of the program:

  • a visit to an off-campus site to meet innovators at work,
  • eligibility to take Independent Study as well as receive funding in support of entrepreneurial ideas,
  • one-on-one sessions, and
  • a copy of “The Black Book” – a quick guide to innovation.

For more information contact to Neil Kleinman.