The Entrepreneurship Diplomate is a series of 50-minute professional workshops offered by the Entrepreneurship Center at the John Cook School of Business at Saint Louis University.
About the Program
The purpose of the Diplomate is to promote entrepreneurial mindsets, skills, and connections to help make participants better entrepreneurs in organizations of their own, when working for others, or when involved in community and charitable works.
The Diplomate makes use of the extensive resources of Saint Louis University to help current and prospective entrepreneurs fulfill the Entrepreneurship Center’s mission, “Do Good. Do Well.”
The Diplomate involves participants in workshops, speakers, and competitions designed to help them develop an understanding of and appreciation for entrepreneurial business.
Entrepreneurship Workshops: Entrepreneurs and experts delve into specific topics important to all stages of entrepreneurship.
Speaker Events: Participants have the opportunity to hear numerous guest speakers discuss a wide variety business subjects pertinent to entrepreneurs.
Competitions: Entrepreneurs learn best by doing, and participants will compete in three different competitions.
Capstone Weekend: Program participants form teams and draw upon the knowledge gained in the program to create an actual business.
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