Join us this summer!
Introduction to Green Entrepreneurship
- For more information, please contact Chuck Spuches, Associate Provost for Outreach, (315) 470-6817; firstname.lastname@example.org.
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|Introduction to Green Entrepreneurship (July 9 - July 13)
An introduction to the challenges and goals of creating a start-up venture in environmental science or technology. Recognize marketplace trends and creating commercial opportunities. Analyze feasibility and potential to create a sustainable venture. Topics include critical success factors and key start-up issues unique to science and technology.
Prerequisite: completion of 11th grade
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MTuThF 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
W 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
(July 9 - July 13)
If Einstein had it right—and we think he did—then this is your chance to take a college course and learn how to improve your world.
Introduction to Green Entrepreneurship is a three-credit course taught by Mr. Gary Lim, an experienced entrepreneur and the Kauffman Foundation Entrepreneurship Professor at ESF, along with an outstanding team of instructors and speakers.
Introduction to Green Entrepreneurship reflects ESF's long standing commitment to sustainability and the commitment we share with business, education, public and nonprofit organizations to engage you in learning experiences that help you improve your world. This course also reflects Central New York's leadership in renewable energy research and education.
It has been said that the best way to predict the future is to create it! YOU can begin this Summer.