Do you see yourself transforming ideas into reality? Do you enjoy business innovation?
You may be an entrepreneur.
“Entrepreneurship is a mindset,” said Jacob Freeder , re-founder of Ohio University’s ENT chapter. “Entrepreneurs are thinkers.”
Freeder is one of the founders of Epsilon Nu Tau, the nation’s first co-ed entrepreneurship fraternity. It’s a coed, professional organization that helps students launch and maintain sustainable businesses.
OHIO’s chapter is a part of the Center for Entrepreneurship, a joint initiative of the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs and the College of Business.
ENT membership is open to all majors. Members can obtain professional start-up guidance, receive sales training, encounter ethical business practices as well as participate in social events and activities — all leading to the establishment of their own nonprofit businesses. Everything is member-driven, from recruitment to participating in sales contests to organizing and collaborating with professionals in entrepreneurship to gain valuable skills such as marketing tactics.
Meetings are held every Wednesday at 7 p.m. in Copeland 118.
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