Entrepreneurship Center

Center Background

The primary goal of The Entrepreneurship Center, which resides in The Williamson College of Business Administration at Youngstown State University, is the development of entrepreneurship initiatives and programs. A 12 S.H. Certificate in Entrepreneurship and an 18 S.H. Minor are offered.  YSU students of all majors may pursue both the Certificate and the Minor and learn how to transform their idea, product or service into a new business. A secondary aim is to communicate the entrepreneurship theme throughout the community. This is accomplished by hosting entrepreneurship programs for students in grades 6-12 and adults interested in entrepreneurship. Lastly, the Center acts as an entrepreneurship resource center for the University community.

 


Entrepreneurship Programs

Learn how to transform your idea, product or service into a viable business. YSU students can enhance their knowledge and skills in Entrepreneurship by adding a minor and/or a certificate in Entrepreneurship.


Monus Entrepreneurship Fellowships

YSU entrepreneurship students may apply for this prestigious opportunity during the fall and spring application cycles.  Juniors and seniors must take ENT 3700, have a 3.0 G.P.A., plus meet other program requirements.

To initiate the application process or ask questions, please email Joe at jfangelo@ysu.edu.

Students will work for exciting companies housed in regional incubators or entrepreneurial-staged entities in the area.