There are numerous resources on campus for students looking to launch their own venture. Entrepreneurship Academy, Founder Institute, Inventor's Club at UC Berkeley as well as others are a few examples. Every student is eligible for these programs, which includes alumni as well as first-year students. These programs not only provide the education and training needed however, they also open doors to career opportunities. Read on for more information. Start your own business today, there is something for anyone!<br/><br/><br/>Entrepreneurship Academy<br/><br/><br/>The Burton D. Morgan Foundation recently granted a $1.2 million grant to Tri-C College and Cuyahoga Community College to help them in their work in the field of entrepreneurship education. The funds are as a result of the recent outbreak of the highly infectious COVID-19 virus. <a href="">projection software</a> is hoping to tackle the serious effects of the virus. The goal of the program is to help students become leaders in their own right and come up with sustainable solutions for issues that affect their communities.<br/><br/><br/>The focus on entrepreneurialism on the Danforth Campus is spearheaded by the Entrepreneurship Academy. This program gives students an education that prepares them for their future career and also helps them to develop their own business concepts. The curriculum encourages entrepreneurship , and gives students the knowledge to excel in the near future. Faculty members from Danforth Campus share their pedagogical techniques and resources for entrepreneurship education.<br/><br/><br/>Founder Institute<br/><br/><br/>The Founder Institute for Entrepreneurs program is generally free however, there are some costs associated with the program. Entrepreneur DNA Assessments require that entrepreneurs pay a minimum of $10 USD as an application fee. Any person who is a participant in the Founder Institute for Entrepreneurs events will not be charged this fee. After being accepted, founders have to pay a $999 USD Entry Fee to cover the cost of running the course. The fee is refundable up to the time of the 3rd session. However, if you are unable to take part, you can apply for a different cohort.<br/><img width="409" src="" /><br/><br/><br/>The Founder Institute for Entrepreneurs (FIE) is an accelerator program for startups across the world that has chapters in more than 55 countries. The program provides comprehensive training as well as structured business-building assignments and access to one of the largest communities of startup advisors. Students can get feedback from mentors that are experts in their field and use it to help improve their business plans. This is a great source in the beginning stages of a company's growth. What are entrepreneurs able to accomplish while they're in the program.<br/><br/><br/>The Founder Institute program is suitable for entrepreneurs who are aspiring with less than two years of expertise and less than half a million in annual revenues. In order to build momentum and get funding ready, founders with greater knowledge can enroll in the program's "Growth Track". Mentors and founders can work together through the "Equity Collective" structure.<br/><br/><br/>Inventor's Club<br/><br/><br/>The Inventor's Club, a club for innovation on campus, challenges its members to design an item within six months. Adam Gasiewski is a member of the club and created a universal set penalty cards that can be utilized in any game or competition. The club practices lean-startup techniques, a method used by entrepreneurs in the early stages to create products quickly and effectively.<br/><br/><br/>Queens Inventors and Entrepreneurs Club CUNY will hold its inaugural gathering in Long Island City (N.Y.) on the 19th of February. The group will discuss the steps to be an inventor, including Intellectual property protection production, product development, licensing, and marketing. The aim of the club is encourage aspiring inventors as well as entrepreneurs. The meetings will be open to anyone, and they are completely free.<br/><br/><br/>Brian Fried, the founder of the television show As Seen On TV is a prolific inventor. His inventions are available in catalogues and online, as well as on television. Terry Whipple believes in promoting entrepreneurship in the Midwest. He works with inventors from all across the country . The Inventor's Club allows them to connect and share their expertise. The club provides resources for students who are inventors, and also has a a lively social scene.<br/><br/><br/>UC Berkeley Inventors Club<br/><br/><br/>The Inventor's Club at UC has selected three faculty members for the National Academy of Inventors. This is a group that recognizes those who have invented groundbreaking products, processes, or services. Jasper Rine and Chenming Hu were among the members elected. UC Berkeley inventors are part of the National Academy of Inventors fellows.<br/><br/><br/>Lawrence is a part of the UC Berkeley Inventor's Club. He was the youngest full professor at Berkeley when he invented the cyclotron. He was also engaged to his wife, Molly, in 1932. It is interesting to note that Lawrence did not seek the royalties he earned for his invention but instead encouraged other labs to develop their own cycles. Although Lawrence is technically the inventor of Calutron but he did sell patent rights to the U.S. government at a dollar.<br/><br/><br/>In addition to recognizing Berkeley Engineering professor Boubacar Kante In addition, the Inventor's Club at UCB has also recognized several brilliant female scientists and inventors in the field of academics. The National Academy of Inventors recognizes contributions of students and professors in the fields of science and engineering. Although it's a small group, its purpose is to honor and promote academic inventors. The Inventor's Club of UC Berkeley is a platform that acknowledges as well as encourages faculty and students' contributions.<br/><br/><br/>Startup UCLA<br/><br/><br/>Jim Stigler, Associate Dean of Social Work at UCLA The UCLA Associate Dean of Social Work, Jim Stigler, was keen to provide entrepreneurship opportunities to UCLA's undergraduate students. He approached alumni to ask their help in preparing the next generation of entrepreneurs. He was looking to harness the potential of students but also wanted to determine if there was any startups that were already established in their dorm rooms. The university provided a wealth of tools that could aid students to start off with a good start.<br/><br/><br/>The Anderson School of Management at UCLA offers assistance to students in the undergraduate program who are interested in entrepreneurial endeavors. The Anderson School has a new venture accelerator similar to StartUp UCLA, and it is open to both students as well as alumni already involved with startups. The university's administration also aims to connect students to these resources and provide support to the efforts of these entrepreneurs. Anderson School Anderson School hosts the Knapp Venture Competition which is the longest-running national business plan competition.<br/><br/><br/>Since 1987 when it was established, the UCLA Harold and Pauline Price Center for Entrepreneurship &amp; Innovation was established in 1987. Through this center, UCLA students have the opportunity to meet the most successful entrepreneurs, founders of startups, as well as the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator. CollegeChoice is ranked UCLA as fourth in business entrepreneurship. Alumni and faculty from the university collaborate to provide financial assistance and mentoring opportunities to students. An on-campus program called Los Angeles Optimized which connects 71 students with more than 27 organisations, is also accessible.<br/><br/><br/>Eller The Inventor's Club<br/><br/><br/>The Inventor's Club at Eller is a unique student organization with goals of developing invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Eller students are part of the organization on an almost every week. The club offers members opportunities to test their entrepreneurial skills, build new business skills and make connections. The Inventor's Club is a way to help students become more competitive in the work place.<br/><br/><br/>The Inventor's Club at Eller is a student organization dedicated to supporting young innovators who design and develop sustainable and innovative products. Members of the club are granted access to employers and recruiters in addition to hosting events that encourage entrepreneurship. Additionally, the organization also raises money to support students' projects on campus. Students are offered the unique opportunity to become part of their community and learn about business.<br/>

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