Entrepreneurial Programs for Educators

Entrepreneurial Programs for Educators

Advance Entrepreneurship in Your Classroom and Institution

From the #1 School in Entrepreneurship Education

Recognized for our one-of-a-kind Entrepreneurial Thought and Action® (ET&A™) methodology, Babson has ranked #1 in entrepreneurship education for 29 consecutive years (U.S. News & World Report).

  • Increase student engagement and participation
  • Implement new ideas and solutions in your courses
  • Evaluate and roll out new initiatives and programs
  • Publish your entrepreneurial research
  • Connect with leaders in entrepreneurial education worldwide
  • Higher education faculty who teach entrepreneurship
  • Higher education faculty from any field who want to increase entrepreneurial thinking in their classes
  • Deans and administrators at higher education institutions
  • Center and incubator leaders at higher education institutions
  • Entrepreneurs and practitioners who also teach

Match Your Learning Journey to Your Goals

Learn Action-Based Teaching Methods from the #1 School for Entrepreneurship

Advance your teaching and become a more entrepreneurial educator.

Tackle an Institutional or Professional Project

Participate in Babson’s entrepreneurial ecosystem while getting guidance and developing an action plan to further build your own ecosystem.

Reimagine Your Teaching Philosophy

Experience changes in your classroom through real-time feedback, application, and experimentation.

Pursue Your Research

Accelerate your publishing with mentoring, feedback, and collaboration.

Immerse Your Students in a Babson Experience

Build an entrepreneurial mindset with a global cohort of learners wanting to change the world through action.

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For Undergraduate and Graduate Students

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The program not only provided tips and insights on long-term curriculum development-related issues such as devoting an entire course to failure, but it also introduced me to a variety of effective and fun classroom activities that I incorporated in my classes immediately after my return to Marietta.”
Jacqueline Khorassani, PhD
Director of the Entrepreneurship Program, Marietta College, USA

Create Economic and Social Value

Entrepreneurship is a mindset—a way to problem-solve in life, business, institutions and wider society. An entrepreneurial mindset is the most powerful force for creating economic and social change. How do we inspire this in our students and institutions?

Heidi Neck, Jeffry A. Timmons Professor of Entrepreneurship
Being an entrepreneurship educator is both an enormous responsibility and gift. We must continuously challenge ourselves to become better educators and push pedagogical boundaries to do things better and differently.”
Heidi Neck
Faculty Co-Director, Professor of Entrepreneurship, and Academic Director


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for Entrepreneurship for 29 Years – U.S. News & World Report

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