The Center engages in a number of activities and programs that promote innovation and entrepreneurship.
The Center conducts and supports academic and applied research that contributes to our understanding of the private enterprise system and entrepreneurship with a focus on how civil society and free-market approaches can best be used to foster entrepreneurial activity.
Entrepreneurship Intern Program
Entrepreneurship Minor students have the opportunity to receive course credit while working for individual entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and small businesses. For more information, contact the B&E Center for Career Development at email@example.com or 304.293.6507.
The Center can connect you with small businesses to offer "concept through operation" business services and assistance in the following categories: feasibility studies, business plans, commercialization plans, market studies, process re-engineering, operational efficiency analysis. The center has partnered with the Morgantown Chamber of Commerce, McDowell Co. Health and Wellness Center, Andrew White Guitars, the City of Morgantown, the WVU Dental Clinic and UGG.
The Entrepreneurship Club meets regularly to explore entrepreneurial ventures, as well as host guest speakers from the business world. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 304.293.7221.
The Entrepreneurship Club hosts Lemonade Day for young entrepreneurs each year.