The Entrepreneurship Summer School is designed for:
Participants come from a diverse range of backgrounds. Some are graduate students, for instance, while others are currently in the workforce. Some already have experience with start-ups, while others are looking to discover whether being an entrepreneur is for them. What all participants share is the desire to develop a new venture idea.
"While I have not started a business since leaving Summer School in 2005, the knowledge I gained during the summer - how to build a business plan, fund projects and develop entrepreneurial skills - has proved vital in my career as a management consultant. I also gained a network of professionals who I remain in contact with - people I still bounce ideas off of, and whose opinions I value."
Marc Berman, Entrepreneurship Summer School, 2005; and SEMBA, 2006
"I now have a much better understanding of my business concept's true cost structure and customer needs due to the guidance and structured schedule of Entrepreneurship Summer School. With a drastically changed business model, I have been able to answer angel investor questions with confidence and raised capital for my ESS-enhanced start-up."
Andrew Bates, Entrepreneurship Summer School student, 2007; and MBA, 2008