Our national network of over 300 community colleges – including over 2,000 presidents, deans, faculty, and staff – turn to NACCE for thought leadership when working to become an entrepreneurial college: one that has an innovative culture that creates an environment fertile for starting and sustaining successful businesses in their communities.
Our attendees look to NACCE, its community of practice and partners for innovative solutions. These are their pain points. How can you help them?
Using an entrepreneurial mindset to increase completion
Securing new revenue streams and reducing expenses
Assistance in starting a makerspace, incubator, entrepreneurial center either on campus or a mobile center
Applying an entrepreneurial mindset to increase enrollment
Implementing an entrepreneurial mindset as a core requirement
Creating an entrepreneurial culture
Engaging high schools as a pipeline
Engaging existing small businesses in the community
Incorporating Open Educational Resources and digital resources into their syllabus