The purpose of this course is to provide community college administrators, faculty, and staff with information and ideas on how to apply the entrepreneurial method to the business of running a community college as well as in creating, refining and sustaining successful entrepreneurship education programs. In addition, this course will provide the tools for you to assist existing and future students and community members in applying the entrepreneurial method to achieve their goals.
Presented by Christine Pigsley, PhD
Faculty- Applied Organizational Studies at MSU Mankato
Based on a decade of research and outreach, this course is the perfect professional development opportunity. In a relaxed self-paced format, you will have the guidance and a process to amp up your faculty to meet the entrepreneurship challenge, learn how to apply the entrepreneurial method to address challenges on your campus, and help facilitate a campus conversation about how to support and grow entrepreneurship on campus and in the community. The course opens on February 18 and students have 6 months to complete all 8 module badges. Students may complete the course in as few as 8 weeks. See the course syllabus for more details.
Audience: Deans, Entrepreneurship Directors, Faculty, Workforce Directors
Cost: $399/members; $599/nonmembers
"The NACCE Entrepreneurship Specialist online course was the best training I have ever done. I took it right into my classroom directly after learning it myself. It's extremely effective, and it totally the way my students think." - Ida Ponder, Columbia College, California
"[This] course was the best experience I’ve had with a comprehensive course. I learned so much in this course. I have infused many of my lessons in my teachings and have gotten positive feedback, I have emails to prove it. I have begun my Entrepreneur campaign on campus. I have launched our Entrepreneur club for the students, I have begun dialogue with the foundation, all because of this great 'Take action' course. The ideas and strategies used simply pulls what you already have in you 'Out' and take you to the next level. Thank you for this much needed course." - Laura H. Manyweather, Los Angeles Southwest College
For More Information:
Cary, North Carolina 27518
This course is open to both members and non-members.
Rolling Course Deadlines: The course opens on February 18 and students have 6 months to complete all 8 module badges. Students may complete the course in as few as 8 weeks.