Guidelines & Checklists
April 2, 2013, 10:00AM-3:00PM
Rancho Santiago Community College District Offices
2323 N Broadway, Santa Ana, California
Having an entrepreneurial
mindset when running a college is key to getting the results needed to success.
Based on learnings from its Presidents for Entrepreneurship Pledge,
this NACCE summit will reframe the approach to entrepreneurship within
community colleges. Using an asset-based approach, this one-day summit will stimulate
discussion about the role of entrepreneurship in workforce development
and the potential for community colleges, government agencies, community
partners, entrepreneurs, and other organizations to partner, spur
innovation and job creation in California, and leap-frog perceived
barriers of decreased funding and limited resources.
Community college trustees and presidents will gain
valuable information about the potential for entrepreneurship programs to build
community partnerships, develop new revenue streams, and attract national funders.
Community college faculty and staff will take away
practical skills for building entrepreneurship programs at low- or no cost,
infusing entrepreneurship across the curriculum, and forging community
development directors will gain valuable insight into the
framework of entrepreneurship education, linkages between entrepreneurship
and CTE programs, and how they can partner with community college faculty
to stimulate job creation through entrepreneurship.
Public information & government
relations directors will take away
a better understanding of how to communicate the impact of entrepreneurship
education on job creation and economic vitality in the communities served by