If you have an idea that you’re ready to take to the next level, the Reh Center for Entrepreneurship can help! Work with the Center to identify – and seize – opportunities to grow your idea into a successful enterprise.
Founded in 2009 thanks to an endowment gift by Dave ’62 and Sue Reh, the Center provides experiential opportunities that establish a solid entrepreneurial foundation. Students gain advice and expertise to not only propel their businesses forward, but also learn how to work systematically – a skill that will pay off when they enter industry. The best part? Many of the student-run businesses continue to operate after the students graduate.
“Entrepreneurship is a way of life,” says Erin Draper, Director of the Center. “It’s not just for business majors anymore; all majors can benefit from this type of skill set for future success.”
Thanks to the Center’s programming and guidance, entrepreneurs create a solid network for current and future ideas. Others who envision themselves leading established corporations and organizations can gain solid intrapreneur leadership skills through involvement with two on-campus student-run projects: MoJoe and Entrepreneur Coffee.
Programs at the Center encourage teamwork, risk taking and interdisciplinary problem solving – highly employable skills that allow our graduates to make significant contributions to their companies.