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Lavin Entrepreneurship Center Entrepreneurial Fuel Newsletter

May, 2013

Insights, updates and perspectives on entrepreneurship
2013 LAVIN CENTER EVENTS

The world has changed. And you need to see the world through a set of "entrepreneurial eyes." One that recognizes marketplace and opportunities. It's not about potentially becoming an entrepreneur. It's about developing an entrepreneurial career.



ENTREPRENEURSHIP MINOR STARTING FALL 2013!

    Fast Facts:

  • Open to ALL majors
  • Requires 15 course units
  • Requires an experiential component to help you apply your skill set in a practical setting. Opportunities include internships, business competitions, and participation in incubators.
  • You MUST ATTEND ONE WORKSHOP session held in June, July or August.

            Why Should You Choose this Minor?

    An Entrepreneurship Minor will provide you with knowledge of:

  • Problem solving in marketplaces
  • Innovative and creative thinking
  • Feasibility assessment of an idea
  • Spot trends, changes, and opportunities in world economy
  • Learn how to create a business plan/model


Think this minor is perfect for you? Read about students who have already signed up!


ben dover
Meet Ben! He is a mechanical engineering student who is constantly looking to improve products. He wants to start his own company but he does not know where to focus or what to start on. He signed up to take the minor to learn basic fundamentals of creating a start-up company.




lesleygirl

Meet Lesley! She is a communication student. She does not know what industry she wants but what she does know is that she wants to create a company that gives back to the community. She registered for the minor to understand the concept of social entrepreneurship.




Barcelona
Meet Johnny! He is a graphic designer student. He has experience designing websites and graphic designs, but almost no business knowledge. He hopes to someday start his own small design business.





Building the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs

The Lavin Entrepreneurship Center at San Diego State University serves SDSU students, entrepreneurs and business leaders through entrepreneurial curriculum, workshops, internships, resources and events. For information browse the Programs section of our website, subscribe to the Lavin Center Calendar and sign up for the Center's Entrepreneurial Fuel Newsletter. Entrepreneur resources such as the Lavin Center resume guide, marketing and business planning tools and more can be found in the Resources section of our site.

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