Building an Entrepreneurial Education Ecosystem

Building an Entrepreneurship Education Ecosystem

January 4-22, 2021

Online

Learn to Lead a Thriving Entrepreneurship Education Ecosystem

In our increasingly dynamic and unpredictable world, an entrepreneurial mindset is quickly becoming a must-have trait. In order to best serve today’s students and prepare them for tomorrow’s future, university administrators and educators must understand the university-based entrepreneurship ecosystem.

Developing a thriving entrepreneurship education ecosystem is a collaborative effort. Institutions whose entrepreneurship education ecosystems are just beginning to form can accelerate their trajectory with the right network and support. Lay the groundwork to catalyze your school’s entrepreneurship efforts with proven frameworks and action plans from the No. 1 college for entrepreneurship in the United States.

What Will You Learn?

Gain the approach, plan, guidance, and network of support you need to develop a high-impact entrepreneurship education ecosystem within your institution. Join entrepreneurship educator peers from around the world as you learn a hands-on approach for making progress on your campus. During this program for academic entrepreneurs, you will cover topics such as: 

  • Assessing your entrepreneurial ecosystem
  • Overcoming barriers to change and innovation
  • Networking across the ecosystem to acquire resources, engage stakeholders, and build your reputation
  • Leading change both inside and outside your institution
  • Key success factors for how institutions create and develop entrepreneurship education ecosystems
  • Assembling the resources to build and grow an entrepreneurship education ecosystem

At A Glance

Next Date January 4-22, 2021
Format Online
Duration & Time Commitment 3 weeks / 20 total hours
 

Who Should Attend?

This program is well suited for entrepreneurship faculty and administrators who are leading a center, institute, accelerator/incubator, or entrepreneurship project or initiative and who are interested in entrepreneurship education ecosystem development.

What You Need to Know

This three-week online program includes:

  • Four live online sessions: January 4, 11, 18, and 22. 
  • Approximately 20 hours of session and self-paced work throughout the program.

Program materials include case studies, self-assessments, team projects, discussion boards, reflection exercises, and oral presentations. 

Want More Resources for Entrepreneurship Educators? 

Become a Babson Collaborative member today and join forces with 29 member institutions from 21 countries and counting. Gain access to a members-only portal, curriculum resources, the latest field research, the Collaborative WhatsApp community, and unparalleled networking with fellow entrepreneurship educators. 

Meet the Faculty

What Makes Babson Academy Different? 

At Babson Academy, we believe entrepreneurship education changes the world. To date, we have impacted more than 8,700 educators and students from 1,300 educational institutions in more than 80 countries. Our goal? Advancing global entrepreneurial learning across universities worldwide. 

Our programs are about more than theory; they’re about action, and equipping you with the practical tools and strategies necessary to have an immediate impact on your institution.

Entrepreneurship is about looking for ways to make things better. It’s about creating the future: a new product, process, service, or business model.
– Mark Rice
Babson College Professor

Our Experts in the News

Faculty for the Building an Entrepreneurship Education Ecosystem program have deep expertise in building and growing robust entrepreneurship education ecosystems, all backed by Babson’s 27-year track record as the No. 1 College for entrepreneurship education in the United States.

Getting to Know Mark Rice

Over the course of a career spent in academia, Mark Rice has invested in building entrepreneurship ecosystems and nurturing aspiring entrepreneurs. At Babson, he is most inspired by the extraordinarily connected community. “It’s an unusual business school, with a very inspiring level of enthusiasm.”

Appreciating the Value of Entrepreneurial Women

According to Professor Candida Brush’s Global Entrepreneurship Monitor report, “the research highlights areas where women entrepreneurs have made significant progress, how ecosystems influence and are influenced by women entrepreneurs, and where there are still gaps, challenges, and opportunities.”

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