The Spring 2013 Entrepreneurial Celebration was a great event!
Fourteen students in the Entrepreneurship and Creativity Class presented their business ideas to an audience of community, peer and HCC members. All represented their business ideas and the college well. First place went to Taylor Duvall and her business, Late-Night Finds, which is a smartphone application that finds business that are open late at night. Coming in second was Nick Marrow with his business, PromotUs, which is a webiste that connects businesses and consumers. Congraulations to Taylor and Nick and to all the students and faculty who were involved!
New Babson College Partnership! Exciting opportunity for Entrepreneurship and Business Administration AA students to transfer to Babson College, one of the best entrepreneurial colleges in the U.S.!
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 website 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.