The K and K Dooyema Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation will provide students and alumni with best business practices and guidance rooted in a reformed Christian context, preparing them for the challenges and opportunities of entrepreneurship and innovation in non-profit, for-profit, and family business organizations. The center will seek to equip students, alumni and the broader community for Christ-centered renewal through unique leadership and entrepreneurial thinking and practices.
- To provide students with opportunities to gain internship experiences and engage in mentorships.
- To enable students to engage in consulting projects with regional, national, and international businesses and organizations.
- Facilitate business and/or farm succession planning
Students have the opportunity to expand their entrepreneurial knowledge in several ways:
- Entrepreneurship minor, for non-business majors
- Entrepreneurship emphasis, for business majors
- Entrepreneurship interest
Learn more about two students who are studying entreneurship in support of starting their own small business.
Jeff Kelly, director