The idea of entrepreneurship seems simple: Come up with an idea. But how do you put your ideas into action? Where do you start? By taking classes or pursuing a minor through Clark’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program, you’ll learn how to take your idea from start to finish, whether your goal is a business, social change, or both. We’ll get you started, and give you the tools you need to see your idea through.
Are You an Entrepreneur?
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students in entrepreneurship
courses each year
undergraduates involved in student entrepreneurship clubs
student ventures receiving seed funding
innovation and entrepreneurship classes
No matter what your major, you can take entrepreneurship and innovation courses or pursue a minor to work toward your goal of business ownership, social change, or both.
Student and Alumni Entrepreneurs
Meet some of our student and alumni entrepreneurs. Their ventures focus on products and businesses ranging from jewelry design to restaurants.
Want to test-drive your business? Sign up for one of 12 retail storefronts operated by the student-run Clark Collective, right next to campus.
Through our annual Ureka Challenge, you can apply for seed money to launch your entrepreneurial project, with the chance to earn additional awards.
Community Thrift Store
The student-operated Community Thrift Store aims to reduce the University’s net landfill impact and provide affordable shopping for the Clark and Main South communities.
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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program
Carlson Hall, Room 230
950 Main St.
Worcester, MA 01610