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7th Annual Conference | Pre-Conference Sessions | Oct 2009

Model Entrepreneurship Curriculum

Track:Entrepreneurship Curriculum & Experiential Learning
Level: All Levels
Time: 10/11/09 1:00pm – 2:30pm

What body of knowledge do your students need to know to successfully launch and run a business? What skills must be taught? What entrepreneurial attitudes nurtured? In other words - what should be included in an effective entrepreneurship/small business curriculum?

This interactive session is designed to help both those who already have an entrepreneurship or small business -- whether offered as a major/minor, certificate, or degree – or those who are thinking of launching such a program. You’ll gain a better grasp of what courses and topics should be included in an entrepreneurship or small business curriculum and share your own learning experience. We’ll also discuss the growing practice of developing state-wide or region-wide standard entrepreneurship curricula.

Bryan Murry and The Planning Shop have been coordinating a wide-spread effort to create a model entrepreneurship and small business curriculum. In this session, they will share the results of their research to date. They’ve examined hundreds of small business curricula and course syllabi, interviewed dozens of entrepreneurship/small business professors, called on experienced and successful entrepreneurs and investors to pull together a model curriculum based on realworld >needs to give students a knowledge base and skill set to launch a business venture and insure its viability.

Please attend to share your curricula as well as to learn more as to what should be included in a model entrepreneurship curricula.

Speaker:Bryan Murry, Academic Marketing Manager, The Planning Shop

eMarketing Strategy Overhaul

Track: Entrepreneurship Outreach and Specialty Programs
Level: All Levels

Abstract: It’s 2009. The recession has played a big role on marketing in the continuing education market, with budget cuts rampant across the industry. All the while, social media and internet marketing has grown at an astounding rate, and it’s crucial that we integrate strong web tactics into our plans.

Speakers: Brad Kleinman, WorkSmart Integrated Marketing
David Toth, WorkSmart Integrated Marketing

Creating a Comprehensive Entrepreneurship Center

Track: Entrepreneurship Outreach and Specialty Programs
Level: Intermediate

Abstract: Tim Mittan & Tim Putnam will bring to light the necessary components that make up a comprehensive entrepreneurship center. Learn the essential factors of starting, operating and growing an entrepreneurship center that will meet the needs of the community college, community and region.

Speakers: Timothy Mittan, Southeast Community College
Tim Putnam, North Iowa Area Community College

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