Julia at Baldwin-Wallace is exploring how to marry her passions in order to grow a business while College of Wooster student Christopher created his own open source software initiative for a business plan competition. More than 50% of people ages 18-34 indicate they are planning to or have started a business, and more than 1,500 colleges and universities across the nation now have some form of entrepreneurship training. Here, in Northeast Ohio, we offer even more. From hands-on internship experiences to networking opportunities with investors and mentors, the region has an ever-growing list of resources that enable ambitious students to launch their own businesses earlier or prepare for the future in a competitive and changing job market.
See how students are discovering entrepreneurship and considering it as a career here in the community (watch the video) and learn about the vibrant and growing entrepreneurial ecosystem in our region.