Dartmouth Co-Curricular Experience
Fall 2014 and Winter 2015
Need a Dartmouth student team to work on your startup project? We are busy at the DEN working on a bunch of exciting co-curricular programs. One of them that we are launching this Fall is a startup experience program in which undergraduates and Tuck second-years will apply classroom learning to real-world startup issues and challenges.
Here's how the program will work:
Based on interest, experience, and need, student teams will be matched up with startup projects.
Each student team will receive a dossier on their startup which will include a case study (problem/issue/obstacle at hand), executive summary, budget, and any other information needed to help them define key questions and deliver insightful recommendations on a challenging problem.
Over the fall term, each team will research, execute, meet regularly with their startup, and will begin to formulate solutions for their projects.
During the 2014 winter break, each team will travel to the West Coast (Bay Area + Seattle) for a host of tours and events, and each team will present their findings to their startup and/or a panel of reviewers. While it will be an added bonus if each startup can attend final student West Coast presentations, attendance is not required.
We have a good roster of students who have applied to this program. Our next step is to identify Dartmouth founded startups that could use a little help and who are interested in partnering with a team of Dartmouth students to gain real-world experience.
Please let us know by August 22nd if you interested in participating, learning more, or receiving a detailed timeline about the Dartmouth Co-Curricular Experience by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Introduction to Entrepreneurship Mini Course (IENT)
Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and online
IENT is typically taught each winter term. Please check back in October for an update on Winter 2015 class.
Streaming Content on Entrepreneurial Topics
The DEN and the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth invite you to view streaming videos on selected entrepreneurial topics. The goal of the DEN and the Tuck Entrepreneurship program in making this content available online is to provide some foundational learning resources for people in the Dartmouth community, wherever they are. All 8 classroom sessions of Introduction to Entrepreneurship Winter 2013 were recorded and recently posted to the library.