In order to contact someone affiliated with a specific university please go to the Board of Directors page for a specific person's phone number and email address.
For most inquiries, it is most likely that your local EEC Board member should be able to answer any questions you have. However, if there is something beyond the scope of the EEC liaison, then please feel free to contact Kay Molkentin, 2013-2014 EEC President, at MolkentinKF@hiram.edu to discuss getting issues and concerns on the next monthly EEC Board agenda.
ideaLabs 2013 Contact Information
Generally, the College or University that hosts and coordinates the EIW in a particular year is also given the chance to have their EEC Board liaison serve as EEC president in that same year. Since Kent State University is the host institution for ideaLabs, then Julie Messing, the KSU EEC liaison is the contact point for the event being held at KSU this March 21. Please feel free to leave an email at email@example.com so she can address the matter or inquiry.
Share in our Strategic Goals
The EEC was formed for charitable and educational purposes. Consider becoming a part of our "2012 Friends of EEC Campaign" demonstrating individual or corporate support of our unique activities. For more information on how you can support EEC, please either:
- Send and email to Kay Molkentin to discuss sponsorship opportunities.
- Complete the 2012 Friends of EEC form and mail in!
The Entrepreneurship Education Consortium, Inc. is a not-for-profit public service organization addressing:
- Build an expanding network of young people interested in entrepreneurship in Northeast Ohio.
- Cultivate and encourage university students in NEO to create businesses and ideas in the NEO region, resulting in NEO job creation and wealth after student graduation. Teach the students to realize that they can make a difference in NEO by starting their own business.
- Build student collaborative and team experiences through group assignments and competitions.
- Build entrepreneurial competitiveness and an entrepreneurial passion within the student so they take this passion back to their respective universities.
- Inform the students of opportunities in NEO, bring down the barriers, give them the ability to control the process, and the knowledge needed.
- Attract investors to provide funding assistance for the entrepreneurial students to promote and build ideas.
- Students that participate in the Immersion Week, will develop one sustainable business model either directly or indirectly within 1-2 years, 3-5 years, or 5-10 years.
- Develop presentation skills for future use in marketing their ideas, products, or services.
There is nothing more exciting and encouraging to our region when companies and individuals come together and collaborate on a variety of projects and activities, some as simple as sponsoring forums to discuss regional economic value of entrepreneurship, and other activities of a much larger scope, such as: educational literature, marketing data analysis, investor awareness, community information needs, and the development of workforce development curricula.
Contributions can be remitted to:
- Entrepreneurship Education Consortium, Inc.
- Read F. Wakefield, Treasurer
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