How to start an Entrepeneur Club in campus
I want to start an entrepreneur club at my campus and was wondering who could give me some advice.
I attend an art school so we don't have many business classes. I'm not really sure who to approach at my school for faculty support. Also, I have never been a part of an entrepreneur club before.
Well, really looking forward to your comments and suggestions ^.^
This sounds like a really neat idea, and even though your school is predominately an art school students could still benefit from some entrepreneurial education. What school do you go to?
I would suggest trying to find a faculty member to help and be the advisor for the club/group. This could be a professor you are close with, or maybe even a professor of any business related class (if there are any). Another great resource to use would be the Student Government on your campus. Generally their are student run organizations on campus that can give funding for clubs and other campus activities and organizations.
One more thing you could consider would be to research entrepreneurship clubs at colleges/universities nearby and contact the students who run those to ask how it got started and what they do.
The schools website should have some type of resource letting you know how to start a club, if you need help scouring the website for this info send me a PM with a link to your schools website and I can help look.
Entrepeneur Club i Campus
Your idea is quite good and most of the students must relate themself to the idea, which is great. To execute your plan first of all you have to develop a plan for your idea, so that you can explain your idea to every one and answer their queries instantly. Any successful on-campus initiative needs support from the inside out. Internally, find a network of faculty with entrepreneurial experience that can be your advisers. Bringing the faculty and administration into the equation is important, because "the faculty can act as liaisons." Additionally, these courses and professors can provide a foundation for eventually implementing entrepreneurship into your curriculum. Take your idea to your friends and explain them the advantages, and how can they are benefited by this in the coming future.
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Entrepreneurial students are competitive by nature.
If a student is truly entrepreneurial, one of the first lessons he or she should learn is that you have to invest in your own success. If your campus doesn’t have a young entrepreneurs club, start one. There are countless student organizations you can join on your campus, but if done right, this one can teach you skills almost guaranteed to help you succeed in your career.
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