Fall 2014 Entrepreneurial Celebration was a great event for students and community!
The Center for Entrepreneurial and Business Excellence (CEBE) hosted the 18th Entrepreneurial Celebration on December 2nd. Pinnacle Advisory Group sponsored the event. Seventeen students from ENTR-101, Entrepreneurship and Creativity, shared their “Pinnacle Pitch” in hopes of receiving the “Pinnacle Entrepreneur Prize”. The students presented their business ideas to an audience of the college and business community, family members, and peers. First and second place students were awarded the Pinnacle Entrepreneur Prize which will assist them in developing their business idea and/or for tuition next semester. In addition, third prize was provided by the CEBE. First place went to Aleksander Petrov for his business idea, Pheidi, which is a smart phone workout application for runners and cyclists, which connects athletes for the purposes of competing and accountability. Second place went to Glenn Lucas for his business, Third Day Vineyards, which provides hands-on winemaking experience for the public, starting with choosing the grapes from the vineyard. Elisa Trojillo received 3rd place for Fret It Up, a guitar with illuminating fret lights and other learning assistance features that make learning and playing the guitar easier. Mark your calendars NOW for the Spring Celebration - MAY 5, 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.