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Carson College of Business Center for Entrepreneurial Studies 

Center for Entrepreneurial Studies

Applying innovative methods to foster entrepreneurial skills

Center for Entrepreneurial Studies in the Carson College of Business enables students to learn the hands-on skills and teamwork necessary to go from creating a prototype to developing a business plan to ultimately launching a commercially viable product and business. Students learn by doing–building analytical and leadership skills so that they’re ready for success in existing companies and new ventures alike.

Programs for undergraduates

  • Business Plan Competition
    Vying for more than $50,000 in prize money, multidisciplinary student teams present their entrepreneurial ideas to real investors.
  • Global Entrepreneurship Week
    The Carson College participates in this worldwide celebration with an event that inspires innovation and job creation.
  • Alpha Kappa Psi
    A nationwide business fraternity that helps members develop professional and leadership skills
  • Delta Sigma Pi
    A worldwide business fraternity that engages its members in professional development activities and community service, while providing many networking opportunities

Scholarships

Intern Opportunities

If you are interested in an internship please contact Marie Mayes.

Internships Open Doors-spotlight feature

Recent News:

Recent press coverage

WSU Grads Utilize Walking Billboards
November 19, 2016
Moscow Pullman Daily News

“Engage Succeeds in UW Business Competition”
May 27, 2016
GeekWire.com

“Biotech startup Engage wins the University of Washington’s first Health Innovation Challenge”
March 4, 2016
GeekWire.com

Upcoming Events:

Wednesday, September 7, 2016 @ 5:15 PM –
WSU I-Corps Kickoff

  • Learn about what I-Corps can do for you and the opportunities that WSU offers for faculty and student entrepreneurs.
  • Meet WSU’s newest entrepreneurs and the Faculty Ambassadors who will be helping them on their journey from idea to startup.
  • Build your local network at the reception following a brief presentation.
  • Learn More
  • Register


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Contact

Marie Mayes

Marie Mayes, director
WSU Center for Entrepreneurial Studies
mmayes@wsu.edu
509-335-5628
Fax: 509-335-2182

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