The Shenandoah University School of Business provides individualized entrepreneurial education driven by powerful entrepreneurial collaboration and learning, including local and global perspectives.
- Course development that supports the entrepreneurial spirit with practical knowledge in management, marketing, finance and law with practical applications
- Guest speaker series featuring successful individuals who share their experience and insight with the next generation of entrepreneurs
- Annual weekend conference comprised of workshops, the presentations of papers and discussion groups led by academics and entrepreneurs
- Mentoring program where successful entrepreneurs and faculty share their knowledge and experiences with students
- Scholarships which enable students to attend the School of Business and gain knowledge on how to become successful entrepreneurs
- New venture competition which provides students the opportunity to receive feedback on their new business ideas
- Living accommodations for entrepreneurship students, allowing them to freely engage in conversations after class hours are over
- Research to advance the understanding of entrepreneurship led by School of Business faculty members
- Alumni entrepreneur corps of graduates who will give their time back to the School of Business by participating in classes and other initiatives sponsored by the Institute.
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Co-director of the Institute for Entrepreneurship
The world needs more entrepreneurs — are you one of them? The Shenandoah University School of Business holds its annual Entrepreneurship Week every November. The celebration includes networking events with local entrepreneurs, awarding SU’s Entrepreneur of the Year, and presentations by entrepreneurs. The entrepreneurship celebration is held in conjunction with Kauffmann’s Global Entrepreneurship Week, the largest celebration of entrepreneurship in the world.
2018 SU Entrepreneur of the Year
Gat Caperton | CEO of Caperton Furnitureworks