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Washington State University Entrepreneurship

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Entrepreneurship Scholarships

Don and Mary Ann Parachini Scholarship Fund: This scholarship is intended for students pursuing a degree in the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) who are actively involved in the activities of the Center for Entrepreneurship or who are pursuing a minor in Entrepreneurship or Business. The intent is to encourage CAS students who are interested in social good to develop business acumen and non-profit management skills through coursework or involvement with Center for Entrepreneurship programs.

       

Frank Innovation Zone: Located on the ground floor of Dana Hall, The Frank Innovation Zone (FIZ) provides a fabrication, tools, testing and measurement equipment and a supervised “makerspace” with supportive technology for creative innovation

 

Harold Frank Engineering Entrepreneurship Institute: A multidisciplinary program made up of junior and senior engineering, communications, and business students who are interested in technological entrepreneurship.

National Science Foundation’s Innovation Corps (I-Corps TM): The National Science Foundation’s Innovation Corps (I-Corps TM) program uses experiential education to help researchers gain valuable insight into entrepreneurship, starting a business or industry requirements and challenges.

Entrepreneurial Faculty Ambassadors (EFA): Supporting our Land-Grant Mission Via Initiatives in Innovation, Commercialization, and Outreach by WSU Scholars and Researchers.

Innovation Research Engagement Office (IREO): Manages programs that help connect WSU expertise and infrastructure to the private sector.

Small Business Development Center (SBDC Pullman): Houses a network of small business advisors that provide confidential client focused services to stabilize, support and grow small business in Washington State.