Entrepreneurship Club: Working for a VC Funded Startup
Entrepreneurs Club comprises a student collaborative effort that enables aspiring entrepreneurs and other students to pursue their goals by providing valuable resources and support. The goals of the club are to aggregate resources at Northeastern University for emerging entrepreneurs, improve networking, and redefine the Entrepreneurial Culture at Northeastern. We strive to accomplish these objectives is through regular club meetings and initiatives such as the Entrepreneurship Immersion Program and Husky Innovation Challenge that offer the following opportunities:
Networking with accomplished entrepreneurs
Out-of-classroom lessons and exercises
Insightful guest speakers
Partner and talent acquisition
Idea growth support and peer consultation
The Club operates as an organization under the College of Business Administration at Northeastern University in Boston, MA and convenes at the CBA home in Dodge Hall. Under the guidance of Professors and the Student Executive Board Members, the club supports the various facets of entrepreneurship by hosting and promoting workshops, speakers, and networking amongst many other activities at NU.
Northeastern University's Entrepreneurship club will be holding an event during Global Entrepreneurship Week for students to hear and ask questions about what it is like to work for a funded venture. Many people think getting into the startup domain is all ramen noodles and hundred hour work weeks, but this does not have to be the case. There are plenty of post-funding companies out there willing to pay you for your time while still giving you experience in an exciting startup environment. Come join us to hear more about what it is like to have your cake and eat it too.
440 Curry Student Center
Tuesday November 16, 2010
3:00 to 4:30 p.m.
This event for Global Entrepreneurship week is proudly sponsored by The Entreprenurship Club