Join the CU Entrepreneur Mentor Network
We collaborate closely with other colleges and initiatives on campus that are doing awesome things in the entrepreneurial ecosystem. This means we use one entrepreneurial mentor form for all of CU Boulder.
Please make sure you check “Leeds School of Business” as a college you want to engage with.
This network will allow cross-campus stakeholders to find and build relationships with the right entrepreneurial mentors: individuals with industry and business experience who have a desire to provide their expertise to campus ventures, entrepreneurial curriculum and programs.
We know mentors are busy people, and there are options to fit various time commitments and expectations (guest expert, advisor, and venture mentors). This form is the first step toward getting involved.
You can also email us at email@example.com with questions or to learn more about the program.
The purpose of our Colorado Community Entrepreneurial Workshop series is to elevate the conversation around entrepreneurship and innovation in rural communities across the state. These workshops are hosted in communities like Durango, Buena Vista, and Eagle/Summit County; areas that traditionally have fewer programs in place to support the education of current and potential community business owners.
Our workshops are ideal for companies looking to grow and scale their ventures. At its core, the goal of each workshop is to help elevate the conversation around entrepreneurship and innovation throughout rural Colorado, thus driving economic development and job creation. Each attendee will leave with a framework and tool set to help them make smart decisions about entrepreneurship in their life moving forward.