The Chicken, The Egg, and The Incubator… How to Start an Entrepreneurship Center without Scrambling the Eggs!
In this interactive presentation, Northern Wyoming Community College District (NWCCD) will present the steps the college went through in starting an Entrepreneurship program; including lessons learned along the way. Colleges looking to get started in entrepreneurship both academically and as an auxiliary enterprise will be able to use this model to get started!
This presentation will provide a model for community colleges interested in starting an Entrepreneurship Program; what should be included in the program; how to get started; lessons learned; pitfalls to avoid; and how to replicate this model at your own college. Participants will participate in an interactive group project designed to engage participants in the initial design of an Entrepreneurship Advisory Committee. Participants will receive a handout with step by step strategies for the development of Entrepreneurship Program.
Identify strategies for the development of an entrepreneurship advisory committee
Identify the steps in the creation of an Entrepreneurship Program, both academic & auxiliary
Identify the appropriate steps that can be replicated at your own community college.
Dr. Kevin Drumm, President, Northern Wyoming Community College, WY
Cindi Thiede, Assistant Vice President for Program Development, Northern Wyoming Community College, WY