Entrepreneurship Workshops
  
ENTREPRENEURSHIP SERIES (Spring 2019)

Some are entrepreneurs or naturally entrepreneurial.  The Entrepreneurship Series is an opportunity to explore the “entrepreneur in you”.  The featured one-hour sessions (Valencia Campus & Canyon Country Campus!), will highlight entrepreneurship as an option to generate income and cash flow, provide steps to start a formal business, and explore how to develop a business model to bring your vision to life.  Participants will also be introduced to resources to help you take the next step in starting or growing your business, or transitioning from current activity into a formal business. pdf flyer

Attend one or all three workshops. The workshops are free and open to students and the public.

 
ALL WORKSHOPS: NOON-1PM

Session 1 (April 9), Room X6:  Calling all Entrepreneurs…Your own business as an option
  • Common Characteristics of an Entrepreneur
  • Types of Entrepreneurs
  • Entrepreneurship Economic Impact
  • Find Out How Entrepreneurial You Are
  • Determine How to Proceed with Your Business Idea
    RSVP online @ https://tinyurl.com/ValenciaEntrep1-4-9-19
Session 2 (April 16) Room Change to Canyons Hall 201The Steps to Starting a Formal Business: 
  • Learn the Steps from Business Idea to Business Launch
  • Identify Business Structures
  • Discuss Key Marketing, Sales and Financial Issues
  • Entrepreneurship Economic Impact
    RSVP online @ https://tinyurl.com/ValenciaEntrep2-4-16-19
Session 3 (April 23), Room Change to Canyons Hall 211 :  Developing the Business Model:

CANYON COUNTRY CAMPUS:

ALL WORKSHOPS: NOON-1PM
Session 1 (April 25), Room 502 Calling all Entrepreneurs…Your own business as an option: 
  • Common Characteristics of an Entrepreneur
  • Types of Entrepreneurs
  • Entrepreneurship Economic Impact
  • Find Out How Entrepreneurial You Are
  • Determine How to Proceed with Your Business Idea
    RSVP online @ https://tinyurl.com/CCEntrepSeries1-4-25-19


Session 2 (May 2), Room 402The Steps to Starting a Formal Business: 


Session 3 (May 9), Room 402:  Developing the Business Model: