|This course provides students who were selected to participate in the Polsky Center Entrepreneur Intern Program or Social Entrepreneur Intern program a forum to strengthen their entrepreneurial network and insight skills. This is achieved through the development of unique case studies and analysis presented by the faculty, by outside entrepreneurs and by the students themselves. The students will also interact with the other interns through presentations and sharing of experiences in order to broaden their perspective on entrepreneurial/private equity career opportunities. Outside guest lecturers on entrepreneurship and leadership will be included as part of the classroom session. In addition to the forum sessions the students will have one-on-one meetings with the faculty advisor in the development of their own cases. The best cases developed in the class are eligible to win an award from the Polsky Center.|
|Based on classroom participation, the case study and analysis, and final presentation. Cannot be taken pass/fail.|
|Consent of instructor; selection as a Polsky Center Entrepreneur Intern or other approved internship, and completion of internship by autumn quarter.
Description and/or course criteria last updated: 6/09
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