Director’s Note: Keep progressing ahead
Happy Winter Everyone! It has been downright cold in Ithaca for the last 4 weeks, but it is tough to complain given that we are located in upstate NY. We are looking forward to next week’s balmy heatwave of 35 degrees 😊. Students are back, things are hopping and we are hoping that our April 2022 Celebration event will be live. Keep your fingers crossed!
I wanted to highlight one new product offering that Entrepreneurship at Cornell launched this month, namely Cayuga Forum. Cayuga Forum is a professionally run peer coaching network that enables small group, facilitated, alumni-to-alumni engagement. Each member is placed into a pod of 8 people who form lasting relationships to foster personal and business interests. Pods meet virtually. You can find more information on Cayuga Forum at https://eship.cornell.edu/item/cayuga-forum/
Hope to see you soon!
-Zach Shulman ’87, JD’90
Director, Entrepreneurship at Cornell
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