Entrepreneurial opportunities with The DEN
The value of entrepreneurial opportunities for Clemson students really can’t be underestimated. Clemson GC has a brand new section of The DEN, which stands for the Design and Entrepreneurship Network, this Fall semester in partnership with the Bioengineering and mechanical engineering divisions. I am hoping to see other departmental divisions pop up around campus and join in the excitement next semester.
The DEN was started by PhD student, Bre Przestrzelski and Bioengineering faculty lead, Dr. John Desjardin. Throughout the semester, students get to participate in a network of activities, mentors, cross-disciplinary student groups, guest speakers, and field trips which pave a new path for student entrepreneurs.
Even if you don’t think of yourself as an entrepreneur or have the next great idea for a startup, The DEN has a place for you. You could work on a team of students in a more intrapreneurial role. There is always a need for graphic designers, computer scientists, marketing skills, and more. Being a part of a team in that capacity is a great opportunity to share your strengths and be an integral part of a project as well.
I can’t wait to see how ClemsonGC students contribute to the DEN this year!
University paves new path for entrepreneurs
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