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Student Entrepreneurs

April, 2012 - Our director, Lorraine Allen, and our business consultant, Carla Fallone, counseled Team “Mashup” in the Mayo Business Competition, which had several TCNJ student teams creating business plans to compete for $12,000 to kick start their new businesses.We were happy we could participate and provide our consulting resources, always available to the TCNJ campus.

Announcement and Photos from TCNJ

Catherine Cook, the founder of myyearbook.com, was an entrepreneur millionaire by age 18.

See her featured by Kiplinger.com.

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EMPLOYERS: Want to post a local job opportunity for TCNJ Students?Register and post your job on Lions Link.

Our intern, Asim Safdar, was featured in TCNJ Magazine!

Are you a passionate entrepreneur?

Don’t know where to begin?

WE CAN HELP! Just send an email to counseling@sbdcnj.com to set up your counseling appointment today!

April 28, 2009 - Students in Dr. Bea Chiang’s Managerial Accounting class were teamed with local business organizations affiliated with the NJSBDC. Read more.

John Harmon, CEO of MTAACC speaking to students at the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority’s Entrepreneurial Fair on April 9, 2009.
Ellen Silverman, Marketing Expert, talking to a group of students

Student Business Workshops

Want to start your own business?

Come to our FREE workshops every other Wednesday in the School of Business lounge.

Workshops will start up again next semester!

Young Entrepreneur Success Stories (YESS) Panel, April 22, 2008

Over 86 Participants attended the student lead sucess story seminar. The YESS Program was co-sponsored by the School of Business, the Small Business Development Center (SBDC), and the student run Entrepreneur Club (E-Club). Click here to view more photo’s

” I just want to commend everyone who worked on the YESS program for its remarkable success and flawless execution” Flamur Rama class of ’08

 

Useful Links

Young Entrepreneurs

Samples of Successful College Entrepreneurs

Special Connections

  • Voice Campus

  • Ideablob.org: Where entrepreneurs and small business owners have a chance to win $10,000 each month for being voted the best idea by visitors to the site. Think of it as an on-line American Idol for business ideas. Several universities have begun to use this site in the classroom. Some faculties are having their students analyze the viability of ideas proposed at the site using techniques learned in their classes. Others are having their students develop ideas, post them at the site, and actively learn from the feedback offered by visitors to the site. Several of the monthly $10,000 winners have been college students. The ideablob.com site is a good fit for today’s college students who are active in social networking sites and prefer experiential learning. Credit to Jeff Cornwall, instructors@planningshop.com
  • Partnering with Public Relations Student Club

    • Many student organizations are eager to partner with Entrepreneurship programs on campus. If your campus has a Public Relations major it will often be affiliated with the national organization Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) (http://e2ma.net/go/…).PRSSA has as a major initiative creating student-run public relations firms (http://www.prssa.org/) on affiliated college campuses. This canbe a great opportunity to createand runa PRSSA student-run firm on your campus. We have set up a partnership with the local chapter of PRSSA here at Belmont University (http://e2ma.net/go/…), which has proven to be mutually beneficial

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