Center for Entrepreneurship
The mission of the Chico State Center for Entrepreneurship is to provide support for students and recent alumni to build their own businesses. The Center’s primary focus is external, meaning we want to help students take their ventures off-campus. We aim to do this by supporting the academic aims of the Entrepreneurship and Small Business program.
At the heart of the Center’s mission is a commitment to help young entrepreneurs make the great leap from idea to reality. Whether a social venture, a web-based business, or a start-up based on an idea from another field, the Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management option (major or minor) can teach you to manage risk and launch new enterprises. Entrepreneurship grads also pursue careers in commercializing new products and services in established businesses and managing processes for developing innovations.
Entrepreneurship student Alex Van Dewark reveals new way to mix concrete
Entrepreneurship student Alex Van Dewark took first prize for his business pitch for The Mix Mat at the 2015 Future Four Business Concept Competition. Read more about the competition and student start-ups here.
Next Stop -Top Floor! The Chico State Elevator Pitch Contest
Congratulations to the winner of the first ever Chico State Elevator Pitch Contest, Peter Matulich! Second place went to Sheel Doshi, and the three third-place finishers were Wyatt Hahn, Kyle Prager, and Jana Wendenburg. The People's Choice Award went to Koichi Matsumoto.
Entrepreneurship Students Find Success in Pocket Points App
The Pocket Points team continues to grow and thrive, showing the CFE can help create miraculous companies here at Chico State. Read the full story at USA Today.