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!

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Our Programs


Do you have an idea that could change the world? Whether it’s a new online pet rental service, bathroom cleaning robot, or the next cure for smelly feet, the Husky Startup Challenge (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 with a functioning business and plans to grow.


Northeastern.io hosts a series of workshops designed to teach and inspire students to learn the basics of web app development in Flask and Python. Want to craft  the next social network, add new functionality to your favorite site, or just build yourself a personal page? The course covers it all, with no former experience necessary.


The Entrepreneurship Immersion Program (EIP) pairs students from all over campus with companies in IDEA, Northeastern’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.


InnoWeekend is a 48-hour competition for innovators across Northeastern. This collaborative event is not exclusive to those who concentrate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. So whether it is Computer Science, Engineering or the Arts that you study, come on out to this year’s InnoWeekend! Interdisciplinary teams of students will collaborate, compete, and innovate to solve real world problems pitched by industry leaders all for $1,500 in cash prizes.

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    "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"

    —Alexis Ohanian Co-Founder of Reddit

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    “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”

    —Roger Berkowitz CEO and President of Legal Seafoods

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    "If you have something that's interesting and you're persistent, people will be willing to invest in you"

    —Mike Salguero CEO of Custom Made

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