We have a variety of courses and activities available to students interested in entrepreneurship, regardless of your program of study.


Examples of Entrepreneurship & Innovation students in action:

  • Social Media:  Tate & Raz, a social media engagement to build support for new animated TV/web series
  • Adult Services:  Blount County Office of Aging, a non-profit organization determining how to provide adult services
  • Social Media:  Carson-Newman, a college wanting to become more effective at recruiting students and donors
  • Earned Income:  Ijams, a local nature center looking for ideas to generate more earned income
  • Revitalization:  City of Crossville, developing plans to revitalize their downtown district



Clubs (see more information on the Activities and Clubs page)::


Funding Your Start-Up:

  • Boyd Venture Fund:  for established, student-owned companies that seek grant funding
  • Capital:  the different types of capital and when they should be accessed

Start-Up Resources:


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