"A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way." John C. Maxwell
The Center for Entrepreneurship in the School of Business is a Liberty University initiative focused on developing students to gain a mindset in leadership and innovation through entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial endeavors on behalf of for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. The main purpose of the Center for Entrepreneurship is to help and support students in establishing their own businesses (entrepreneurial), or in establishing a sense of ownership for assigned responsibilities within an established organization (intrapreneurship) while they are still pursuing academic degrees. Students will practice concepts learned in the academic program through projects and internships working with for-profit (traditional entrepreneurism) and/or not-for-profit (social entrepreneurism) organizations.
Linking students to business mentors, The Center for Entrepreneurship is holistically focused to provided a structured support in three distinct ways: