An entrepreneurship course, speaker series, mentors, and mini-grants will help you launch your business idea.
Have a great idea for an invention? Want to launch your brand on Etsy? Ursuline College's new Women Entrepreneurs + Innovators program includes classes on entrepreneurship and business fundamentals, mentoring with people who can guide you to success, and even mini-grants to help you get your idea off the ground. The program is open to enrolled undergraduate, degree-completion (UCAP), and graduate students from any major or grad program.
Speakers from a variety of backgrounds bring new ideas and lots of inspiration.
While our Summer 2022 class schedule is not yet established, we intend to offer the course, BU 358 Entrepreneurship, a 3-credit introduction to entrepreneurship including pitching, financing, leading, growing, and managing a start-up.
Thanks to a generous grant from the Burton Morgan Foundation, Ursuline College is offering minigrants ($100-$1,000) to individuals or teams who need funding to support developing their business or venture. Application deadline is April 1, 2022.
Representing a variety of disciplines and points of view, our faculty are committeded to your success.
Ursuline's Office of Career Services will work with you on your business idea development, pairing you with a personal CareerFit Coach and a mentor who can help you navigate your business launch.
Year-round, Ursuline's Institute for Women, Wellness & Work offers a wealth of online workshops, master classes, videos, articles, and podcasts focused on your professional development and wellness. Recent master classes include "Manage your Energy, not your Time," "Designing your Career to fit your Life," and "Team Building and Collaboration." The Institute's programming provides information and inspiration you can put to use immediately as you build your business. Learn more here.