Opportunities at UNCG in Entrepreneurship are all across campus and evolve almost on a daily basis. The Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Living Learning Center (LLC) opened in the fall of 2011 at the new Jefferson Suites. The Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (CEO Club) has been on campus since 2007 and is open to all undergraduate and graduate students of any major. The CEO Club office is located on the second floor of the Spring Garden Apartments, above the Spartan Trader Retail Store. The collaborative space is open for CEO students to meet and exchange ideas-to opportunities-to action. The CEO Adviser, Justin Streuli, has his office there as well as the CEO student office. For more information, please contact Justin Streuli at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please see the Spartan Trader tab for more information on the retail store that sells hand-made art and crafts by students, faculty, and staff.
Internship opportunities are also available for Entrepreneurship majors and minors through the Greensboro InternNet Program and the Bryan School of Business.
Scholarships in the amount of $500 scholarships are available if requirements are met. This includes enrolling in ENT 450 Directed Study in Entrepreneurship (Internships)-3 credits, meeting with the Bryan School Career Advisor, and signing up a semester in advance. These are available on a limited basis for Entrepreneurship majors and minors only. The internship is required for all majors in Entrepreneurship and is an elective for minors in Entrepreneurship. For more information, please contact Linda Pollock in Career Services, Bryan 301, or email her at email@example.com. She can also assist with all types of internships and employment opportunities or Dr. Dianne Welsh at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please see the flyer for more information.
The Women’s Business Enterprise National Council Student Entrepreneur Program
The Women’s Business Enterprise National Council Student Entrepreneur Program (WBENC SEP) is a premier startup program fostering growth for the next generation of women-owned businesses.
Aspiring collegiate female entrepreneurs receive mentoring from some of the most successful Women’s Business Enterprises (WBEs) and America’s largest Fortune 500 companies while also participating in a tailored entrepreneurial curriculum, a pitch competition awarding $20,000 in seed capital and experiential learning through off-site visits to WBEs, corporate campuses, and accelerators.