Find out how young people just like you became successful! Learn how to find your passion, make a plan, and succeed at life!
The Extreme Entrepreneurship Tour is coming to Mansfield University on Tuesday, September 14. The only national tour of its kind, this event will bring to campus some of the top young entrepreneurs in the country. Michael Simmons, Nick Friedman and Scott Becker, keynote speakers, will tell you how they succeeded - really. There will be a "Dream - Action" workshop, a networking event, and a panel discussion with Michael, Nick, and local entrepreneurs where you can ask questions.
Michael Simmons started his first business when he was 16, was identified as one of the top national entrepreneurs under 30, and is co-founder and owner of the Extreme Entrepreneurship tour.
Nick Friedman is a founder of the "College Hunks Hauling Junk" franchise now generating over $2 million in sales after only four years.
Scott Becker is the co-founder and CTO of Invite Media. He is an engineer with a background in computational biology.
This highly interactive workshop/seminar will help you succeed in your career or business by introducing you to the "Entrepreneurial Mindset" and help you begin an action plan towards success. Admission is free. There will be snacks and refreshments.
Review our events already held by the Mansfield University Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership
This is a three-day business planning workshop great for beginners. Sponsored by the Northeast Pennsylvania Technology Institute, a consortium of 14 N. E. PA universities and colleges, it is designed to immerse students in the business idea and business planning process. The first part will be held at Misericordia University, and consists of an idea session Friday night and a mentored business plan development session on Saturday. Students will have one week to polish their plan and then make a presentation at Wilkes University the next Saturday.
Open to MU students only. Participation is free. There will be an overnight February 5. Room and meal expenses to be determined. For more information or to register, contact the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership.
This three-hour workshop covers all the basics of starting a business in Pennsylvania. Learn about business structure, licenses and registrations, taxation, market research and local business develoment resources. Then learn how to develop a business plan required to get financing and always an important tool to manage your business.
Presented by Sue Dillon, Small Business Development Center of Scranton University
Listed in the Personal and Professional Development catalog for Spring 2010. This three-part workshop is designed to help small businesses use electronic media as part of an overall marketing plan. It will include how to design web sites for best results, email marketing, and social media to market your business.
Presented by Donna Yale, Pennsylvania Technology Assistance Program
In 2008 Nina Lucero, a student at Mansfield University, and her father, Rick Lucero, head of the Education and Special Education Department, opened their new bar on Main Street in Mansfield named "Changos" (which means monkey in Spanish). While Nina manages the day-to-day business, this unique partnership is doing well in Mansfield. Nina will talk about the startup and development of their business.
These MU grads have developed home based businesses at their residence in Wellsboro. Stephanie operates a wreath manufacturing business and Adrian is a graphic arts major turned into custom cake maker. Come hear how they started and operate their businesses. Visit the Walker Cake Co. website.
Joe Grace, a resident of Tioga County, will talk about the Marcellus Shale gas boom, its economic impacts on our region and community, and what business opportunities are emerging as a result. As a veteran entrepreneur, Joe bought the entire Mansfield Industrial Park from the local development agency, BOOM (Betterment Organization of Mansfield), to pursue many entrepreneurial opportunities resulting from the new gas industry.
This presentation will explain how a student run record label named Cayuga Records, and a student run video production studio, named C3 Studios, were formed, and how they operate. Dr. Steve Keeler, Chairperson of English/Humanities/Communications Division and Director of Telecommunications/Electronic Media Programs/WDWN-FM at Cayuga Community College in Auburn, NY will make the presentation. Dr. Keeler was instrumental in acquiring grant funds for this project and in establishing these projects.
To see a local newpaper article on a premiere event for products of these student businesses, click on this link.
Edward Foote, Director
Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership
204 Memorial Hall
Mansfield, PA 16933
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