Our entrepreneurship boot camp and workshops connect students with top entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, business leaders and university experts to explore idea generation, opportunity identification and screening, creating an elevator pitch, venture strategy, team formation and more. The goal is to empower students to achieve their entrepreneurial vision, whether through creating a business, joining an existing start-up, or innovating in a large company.
Entrepreneurship Boot Camp is a one-day glimpse into entrepreneurship at CMU and in Pittsburgh on Friday, September 7, 2012. The 2012 Boot Camp will focus on entrepreneurial resources in the community, design thinking and idea screening. Take a look at the 2012 Entrepreneurship Boot Camp Schedule (pdf) in more detail.
Our entrepreneurship workshops are a more in depth look into many aspects of entrepreneurship and innovation, including: business models, pitching, building a team and sales. Workshops are open to anyone in the Carnegie Mellon community. Take a look at our 2012-13 Schedule (pdf).
Contact Allyson Hince, program manager of the Donald H. Jones Center for Entrepreneurship.