Programs and Clubs - Students
At the Holmes Center, students learn from entrepreneurs. The Center also connects students with internships, business competitions, and student-run organizations
Caryl and Larry Abdo sought to give back to their University in a unique manner that would directly benefit students pursuing an entrepreneurial career. Through quarterly informal discussions, the Abdos and other invited entrepreneurs share their perspectives and advice with Carlson School entrepreneurship students.
Ninety-second elevator pitch contest to win $1,300 in prizes and advice from experienced entrepreneurs and investors.
This program gives students an opportunity to develop their professional skills outside of the classroom through the guidance of business professionals.
Fellowships give top undergraduate entrepreneurial students part-time job opportunities with entrepreneurial leaders.
A group of entrepreneurial-minded students at the University of Minnesota providing the ability for students to connect with practicing entrepreneurs from the area.
Premier resource for MN entrepreneurs offering educational programming, community events and an annual new venture competition.
Financial support provides Carlson MBA students with the opportunity to create transformative summer experience as part of social venture that contributes to local community.