We are Entrepreneurs.
The Entrepreneurs Club is a student run initiative that engages and inspires students to pursue their careers & life by doing what they love. We aim to bring together a diverse set of students who all share one thing; The desire to “Live their passion!” Whether you want to start a non-profit, be the CEO of a Fortune 500 company, or open a small business, everyone is welcome to join in exploring the many paths towards becoming an entrepreneur!
Speaker Series - Chris Quintero, Bolt VC
Do you have an idea that could change the world? Whether it’s a new online pet rental service or the next cure for smelly feet, the HSC is here to help turn your idea into a company. Through a series of bootcamps, workshops, networking events and a final “Demo Day”, participants will get support to finish the program.
TechTreks are our way of getting Northeastern students off campus, into the Boston startup community and meeting local entrepreneurs! On these trips we meet startup founders and their teams. It’s a great way to build your network, meet fellow Northeastern students and see what awaits you post-graduation.
We’ve collected a list of young and knowledgable entrepreneurs who want to meet you! You’ll have the opportunity to join 5 other Northeastern students and a Boston area founder to discuss successes, failures, working in Boston and more. This is your chance to ask these entrepreneurs the hard questions.
Pitch Day pairs students from all over campus with companies in IDEA, Northeastern University’s Venture Accelerator. The partnerships last for one semester for the purpose of immersing students in startup life and giving them hands-on work experience.
Each week we bring a new local entrepreneur to campus to tell their story, meet Northeastern students and give YOU the inside scoop on how to rock starting a company. This is a weekly event you won’t want to miss. We’ve got some pretty interesting and diverse companies coming to speak.
"Life doesn’t have a GPA. Life is going to be full of failures and setbacks, and that’s okay, especially if you’ve chosen a life of entrepreneurship"
“The one thing I’ve really learned is that you have to look at what you truly do best, what you have not yet done and to fully exploit the opportunities you have”
"If you have something that's interesting and you're persistent, people will be willing to invest in you"