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Browse our collection of entrepreneurship education resources to find information regarding lesson ideas, building your own entrepreneurship center, and professional networking within the entrepreneurship education community.

Lesson Planning
Building a Center
  • Accel REE Conference Archives link out
    A listing of past international Roundtables on Entrepreneurship Education (REE). Archives contain presentations, notes, pictures, and other relevant material from the conferences.
  • How to Build an Entrepreneurship Center (PDF, 812 KB) link out
    Advice from Stanford faculty on how to create your own entrepreneurship center.
  • Goals and Challenges of Successful Centers link out
    19 presentations highlighting goals and challenges facing entrepreneurship centers from Accel REE USA 2004.
  • Slides of Successful Centers link out
    24 short slide presentations focusing on entrepreneurship centers from Accel REE USA 2003.
  • Risks and Rewards of Running a Center (PDF, 76 KB) link out
    Quotes from Stanford faculty about the benefits of entrepreneurship education.
  • Comparing and Contrasting Entrepreneurship Programs
    Interviews with Center Directors
    • The following interviews were conducted during STVP's annual Roundtable on Entrepreneurship Education for Engineers, hosted at Stanford in October 2001.

      We invited 5 entrepreneurship center directors from leading entrepreneurship programs to share their visions, successes and challenges. We hope that their stories will provide a collection of models for other colleges and universities who are planning to establish an entrepreneurship center.

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      Transcript (PDF, 48KB)
  • Grant-making Organizations
    Institutions that generously support entrepreneurship education
    • Coleman Foundation link out
      Description: The Coleman Foundation is committed to the principles of self-determination, self-reliance, self-respect, and individual initiative. The Foundation believes these characteristics are essential to the development of entrepreneurs and their pursuit of self-employment.
    • William and Flora Hewlett link out
      Description: The Foundation has a strong commitment to the voluntary, nonprofit sector. Proposals that show promise of stimulating private philanthropy are particularly welcome. Grants in the Education Program should promote long-term institutional or field development, reform, or knowledge development in program components. The Education Program will fund research, development, demonstrations, evaluations, dissemination, and public engagement to accomplish its objectives.
    • Kauffman Foundation link out
      Description: The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation works with partners to encourage entrepreneurship across America and to improve the education of children and youth. The Foundation focuses its operations and grantmaking on two areas: entrepreneurship and education.
    • National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance: NCIIA link out
      Description: In the next few years, the National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance (NCIIA) will award over $2 million in grants to colleges and universities support programs and projects in invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship education.
    • Sloan Foundation link out
      Description: Support of science and technology is a major component of the Foundation's program. Fellowships, direct support of research in selected fields, and work in the history of science and technology are basic parts of this program. In addition to grants made by the Trustees, officer grants are made at any time by the Foundation.
    • Price Institute link out
      Description: The Price Institute is a separate, private, operating foundation that was established by Mr. Harold Price in 1979. The Institute is funded through grants from the Louis and Harold Price Foundation. The mission of the Institute is twofold:
      1. To further the understanding of the entrepreneurial process.
      2. To stimulate MBA Programs and curricula development to encourage and support students with entrepreneurial aspirations.