Expanding Entrepreneurial Ecosystems
Friday, August 12, 2016
"The agricultural town of Moorefield, West Virginia, and Brooklyn, New York, couldn't be any more different. Yet, two community college presidents from these two contrasting settings face similar challenges to expand their entrepreneurial ecosystems. And each is taking on these challenges in novel ways."
Read more of what Farley Herzek, president of CUNY's Kingsborough Community College (KBCC) in Brooklyn, and Chuck Terrell, president of Eastern West Virginia Community & Technical College (EWVCTC) in Moorefield, have to say about expanding their entrepreneurial ecosystems in our latest edition of Community College Entrepreneurship. Download it here.
We've already started work on the next issue of Community College Entrepreneurship, and would like to feature news about what you're doing at your community college to help build and support your entrepreneurial ecosystem. Add your voice to the many faculty, administrators and center leaders who communicate with other members about their entrepreneurial experiences through the journal.
First time submitting? We will help you shape an interesting idea or concept into a solid, compelling article. Articles about your star entrepreneurs in action, entrepreneurial centers and SBDCs, unique partnership programs, and innovation hubs are all welcome. Need a writing prompt? How are you leveraging your advisory committee? What unique ways are you marketing your programs?
The deadline to submit material is Monday, September 12. All submissions should be sent to NACCE editor Carol Savage at firstname.lastname@example.org.