2017 ENT Graduates

Your support and engagement is critical to our success, and we work hard to advance your business through consulting projects and your career through professional development and networking. Collaborations with the center often result in lasting professional bonds that help you recruit from our pool of talented, driven student leaders.

Engage with the Center and Our Students

Whatever your desired level of involvement, we look forward to identifying meaningful engagement opportunities that align with your schedule and expertise.

Mentoring is critical for entrepreneurship majors, who are eager for guidance about how to navigate the challenging, exciting path to launching their innovative ventures. We work with you to find the right fit for your interests and availability. Learn more.

Student teams tackle feasibility studies, social media initiatives, and more for a range of businesses, governmental organizations, and communities. We’re always on the lookout for new, exciting ways for our students to engage with the venture community. Work with us.

Internships equip our students with real-world experience and help you recruit top talent. Students typically work 20 to 40 hours during the summer months, but we work with you to establish an experience that best meets your needs. Learn more.

Ready to Talk?

Email our assistant director, Krystal Geyer, or call her at 765-285-5320.

Get Involved and Give Back to Miller College of Business

Lasting relationship with alumni and friends distinguishes Miller College, and we offer endless ways for you to get involved. You can contribute to scholarships, student travel, and programs. Your support strengthens our curriculum, inspires our students, and helps the communities we serve. Every gift matters.

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