Family Entrepreneurship Amplifier Course
One of the most exciting initiatives at the Institute for Family Entrepreneurship (IFE) is the Family Entrepreneurship Amplifier program, which is dedicated to both students and their families. This unique program is informed by family theory research that demonstrates successful and highly functioning business families are grounded in a unique set of knowledge and skills that are not part of the general curriculum at Babson or any other institution of higher learning. To develop this capacity, the Amplifier engages families during the student’s entire Babson experience. A key outcome of this immersive experience is that students and their families foster the growth of their entrepreneurial legacy by co-creating a shared vision. A more detailed description of the program is available here: Family Entrepreneurship Amplifier Course Overview (pdf)
Application for the UG level Amplifier Course Fall 2020 is now closed. Please email us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
MaiLinh Ho, a junior from the current cohort of the Amplifier Course, talks about what she thinks of the course.
(Pictured below) The 2018-19 Amplifier cohort: Eshika Agarwal, Nicole Atala, Joseph Cohen, MaiLinh Ho, Elaine Gracia Indra, Jonathan Katz, Isidoro Katz, Ana Maharjan, Douglas Mishan, Kaan Y Ozkok, Weini Pa, Savannah Rankich, Jean Philippe Renaud, Elizabeth Reed, Stephanie Rodriguez, Jonah Rubin, Defne Sahenk, Elisabeth Silverstein, Adelaida Urrea, Jacqueline Wachsberg.
The program has been made possible by a generous gift from Richard J. Snyder ’60, H’94, P’93 ’01 and Marilyn B. Snyder MBA’80, P’93, two dedicated and longstanding members of the Babson College community.