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  • Entrepreneurship@Cornell
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    Entrepreneurship@Cornell works with all campus schools, colleges, and organizations to help create and promote entrepreneurship education, events, commercialization, and experiential learning opportunities. Our vision is to support a diverse group of university-wide activities that finds and fosters the entrepreneurial spirit in every Cornell participant - in every college, every field, and every stage of life.
    Entrepreneurship@Cornell is governed by the nine Deans of the participating colleges at Cornell. Entrepreneurship@Cornell serves undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and alumni by supporting academic instruction, research, experiential learning, student clubs, public lectures, an internship program, the Cornell Entrepreneur of Year (CEY) celebration, the Cornell Entrepreneur Network (CEN) and Cornell Entrepreneurship Expo.
    Since the study of entrepreneurship is not complete without true practical experience, E@C conducts an active summer internship program for students with an interest in small to mid-sized business management. Students from any of the nine participating schools and colleges at Cornell are placed throughout the U.S. and abroad. These paid internships provide over 40 students each year with practical experience in the world of business and help prepare our next generation of Cornell business leaders, innovators, creators, and entrepreneurs.