Entrepreneurship education at Bradley University extends beyond the classroom. The Turner School of Entrepreneurship & Innovation offers a wide array of experiential activities and programs designed to give students an opportunity to put entrepreneurship principles into action.
Students have opportunities to test entrepreneurial ideas and presentation skills through competitions. Those needing advice can access mentors who can help them develop an idea or link the student to additional resources.
Entrepreneurial internships provide students with an opportunity to apply classroom concepts in a real-world setting. Experienced entrepreneurs visit the campus to teach students through the prism of their own experiences. Work experience directly related to student career plans can be obtained by participating in the business solutions clinic.
Student entrepreneurs wishing to launch a business while in college can obtain start-up assistance through Bradley's Small Business Development Center, and can access university-provided space to begin conducting business.
Whatever your entrepreneurial passion, the Turner School of Entrepreneurship & Innovation has the resources to assist students to experience entrepreneurship in action.