In this podcast we explore several creative strategies to execute entrepreneurship programs and keep them grounded in the real world. First we have a conversation with Michael Hennessy of the Coleman Foundation on the correct mindset and and approach when it comes to getting your program funded through a Foundation. Next, we have a conversation with Professor Kerry Ruff of Borough of Manhattan Community College who describes how he infuses entrepreneurship education into his speech and communications classes, proving that execution can occur across disciplines. Then we speak with Broadway actress and recording artist, Yolanda Wyns who describes her connection to community colleges and emphasizes the importance of including your arts program in your strategy to develop entrepreneurs.
In this podcast, Heather Van Sickle, NACCE Executive Director provides listeners with a preview of 9th Annual Conference in Portland Oregon, and an insider's perspective on the many new developments at NACCE. Heather is interviewed by Andre Taylor and shares details about NACCE's Presidents for Entrepreneurship Forum, and NACCE's involvement with the StartUP America Partnership a nationwide initiative aimed at sparking new business development spearheaded by the White House. Listeners will also learn about new NACCE support from the Kauffman Foundation and continued support from The Coleman Foundation. Heather also sheds light on the association's thinking and efforts to make entrepreneurship education easier at community colleges by launching a new series of Quick Start Guides.
Episode 11 The Impact of Community Collaboration | 9th Annual Conference Updates
In this episode we share a unique conversation with three NACCE members from 3 locations, Jan Pagano from Indian River State College in Florida, Melissa Moreno from Santa Barbara City College in California and Steve Berry at Anne Arundel Community College in Maryland. We discuss the important role the community college plays in the small business community and how collaboration, connections and outreach can enhance entrepreneurship education offerings and forge important relationships with the small business community and allow the community college to become the hub of small business.
This month, we cover the impact entrepreneurship can have in our communities with Steve Mariotti, founder of the Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship(NFTE). Since its 1987 launch, Mariotti has led NFTE to reach more than 300,000 young people through programs in 21 states and 11 countries.
This month, we share an interview with Jerry Ross, successful entrepreneur and Executive Director of the Disney Entrepreneur Center in Orlando, FL. Speaking of Orlando,we have exciting news from our recently held 8th Annual conference as well!
This is a special mini-podcast all about the How-To-Do-It room, a special series of breakout sessions being presented at the 8th Annual NACCE Conference being held October 10-13th in Orlando.
In this podcast we share an interview with entrepreneur Andre Taylor who is assisting NACCE in planning this exciting and dynamic series of breakout sessions at the conference. Andre was a How-to-do-it room panelist last year and was so inspired by the energetic and engaging experience, that he volunteered to build this year's series. Andre will explain what the room entails and all the exciting sessions that will be held over the series two days. Access to this series of breakout sessions is included in the registration for the 8th Annual Conference.
This month, we share an interview with Cameron Johnson, author, businessman, entrepreneur, and internationally recognized public speaker. We have updates on our 8th Annual conference, the latest NACCE journal and some upcoming webinars. Mark Wehner from REEsults Coaching shares some helpful tips on collaboration for any budding entrepreneur or small business owner. 26 Min
This month, we share an interview with entrepreneur Michael Simmons, Co-Founder & CEO of Extreme Entrepreneurship Education. We have updates on our 8th Annual conference, call for award nominations and some upcoming webinars. Mark Wehner from REEsults Coaching shares some helpful tips for any budding or existing entrepreneur. 27 Min.
This month, we share an interview with Rhonda Abrams, President and Chief Entrepreneur of The Planning Shop. She is also a nationally-syndicated columnist, author, and successful entrepreneur. We also share exciting news about MassChallenge, the largest global start-up competition. 31 Min. Links mentioned on this podcast
This month, we share an interview with entrepreneur Andre Taylor, founder of Interactive Sports and of Taylor Insight Group. We'll have some time sensitive grant information and tell you about a fantastic webinar with Rhonda Abrams! You'll also hear some great tips to fire up any student about business class brought to you by Michael Simmons of Extreme Entrepreneurship Tour. Lastly, hear exciting updates about the 8th Annual NACCE Conference.
This month, we share the story of and interview immigrant entrepreneur, Cem Erdem, founder, President and CEO of Augusoft, Inc. Become informed with time sensitive grant information and some fantastic NACCE events you'll want to put on your schedule! You'll also hear the "Marketing Minute" brought to you by Brad Kleinman of WorkSmart Integrated Marketing where he shares a great tip on improving your website page views.
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