The Spring 2015 Entrepreneurial Celebration was a great success!
Fourteen students shared their“Pinnacle Pitch” in hopes of receiving the “Pinnacle Entrepreneur Prize”.
First place went to Max Fashola for his apparel business, V.I.N.T.A.G.E., which appeals to young people and connects them to a higher purpose. Second place went to Mahnoor Sheikh for her business idea, Mothers for Education, which will provide funds for education to mothers in Pakistan, through exporting clothing that the mothers sew. Lia Valdesuso received 3rd place for What’s Good HOCO, a smartphone application that provides information on events and activities in Howard County.
Save the date for the Fall 2015 semester - December 2, 2015
Entrepreneurship opportunities include classroom credit courses and programs in addition to individualized course offerings through the Center for Entrepreneurial and Business Excellence where entrepreneurs may launch their business or develop a growing one. Visit the Center web site for more information or contact Betty Noble at email@example.com or 443-518-4111.
Who should take these classes?
- Anyone who is interested in building entrepreneurial skills, attitudes, and behaviors.
These concepts will lead to creative solutions within community and organizational environments. Learn to think like an entrepreneur!
- Anyone who wants to develop business skills within an existing organization or who
wants to begin a new business will find these courses beneficial. Learn to behave like an entrepreneur!
For more information on entrepreneurship at Howard Community College, contact
Betty Noble at firstname.lastname@example.org.