Most people seek employment, but some create it. Do you get excited about initiating change? Are you willing to dream big, even if it means risking failure? Add a minor in Innovation and Social Enterprise to any major, and start developing the tools you’ll need to make a lasting impact. You will learn to translate personal convictions and ideas into tangible actions and plans—a desirable competency in virtually every field.
At Gordon, we recognize that entrepreneurship is too big a concept to restrict to a single major or discipline—it’s a catalyst for connecting all fields to real-world impact. Whether you’re planting a church, launching a high-tech venture or expanding a nonprofit, you need the practical, creative, grassroots solutions associated with entrepreneurial thinking. Studying entrepreneurship in a Christian liberal arts community helps you connect concepts to calling. Plus, the required internship component guarantees you’ll have real-life experience to prepare you to make a real-life impact.
As an entrepreneurial thinker, you may be the instigating force behind new ideas or growing organizations. Your career path is flexible and dependent on your personal convictions and goals, but you’ll be equipped to chart your own course. Preferred career paths for graduates:
HEAR FROM A GRAD
“Participating in the Social Venture Challenge made me realize that I don't need to amass multiple degrees or be older to make a difference in the world today. It has also given me the opportunity to understand the social issues facing youth in my home country (Nigeria), to address their needs, and be a part of an important movement. This has been inspiring and motivational for me and my team." Hear from others ➔
GO THE EXTRA MILE
p>Gordon fosters a rich entrepreneurial culture, so there’s no shortage of ways to plug into initiatives and immerse yourself in settings that will enhance your learning outside the classroom. (Or perhaps you’ll start some new initiative to add to this list?)
Learn how your ideas can have a global impact through an internship, seminar or semester abroad.
For more information, contact:
Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership
P 978 867 4004