Whether you’re a student or an alum, Suffolk’s Center for Entrepreneurship is a vital resource that offers training workshops, mentor sessions, competitions, support for new ventures, and more.

The Center is built on four pillars:

  1. Alumni relations (Suffolk Ventures)
  2. Entrepreneurship education for high school students (E-Academy)
  3. Higher-education curriculum support (E-curriculum)
  4. Small business and startup support for Suffolk and community launches (E-community)

What Does that Mean for You?

You have access to the Entrepreneurship Resource Center—a central workspace where you can collaborate and share ideas with your peers, alumni, and faculty.

As the Center continues to build new partnerships with organizations like BUILD and Compass, you’ll develop real-life skills and become an innovative thinker.

The Center also works closely with the College of Arts & Sciences, the New England School of Art and Design, and the Suffolk Law School to offer you interdisciplinary programming. For instance, the Entrepreneurship Program leads the Business Foundations course, which is a requirement for all incoming freshmen, regardless of their major.

Taking advantage of the Center’s offerings means you’ll graduate ready to take charge of your future and have a positive impact on society. Throughout the program, you’ll develop the integrity, confidence, mindset, and tools to think and act entrepreneurially (innovatively and creatively).