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Feb 11, 2020

Head Heart Hustle Workshop

Every student is good at something. Every student wants to change their world in some way. This workshop is about helping you put your Head (skills) together with your Heart (passions) to make a Hustle, or venture, that is a […]

Feb 28, 2019

COMx: Arts Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability

Attend the Spring 2019 COMx event on Thursday, February 28th from 5:30-7:00pm at Google Fiber Raleigh. The theme of the event is Arts Innovations, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability. Our goal for COMx is simple – building a community across sectors and among diverse […]

Nov 14, 2018

Dinners With Purpose: Student Stories of Purpose

In celebration of Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW), the Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation unit at the NC State Institute for Nonprofits will be hosting the bi-annual Dinners With Purpose event on Wednesday, November 14th from 5:30- 7:30 pm. Join us for this lively conversation and invigorating stories and get […]

Nov 13, 2018

Speed Networking with Impact Entrepreneurs

Celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week at NC State with Speed Networking! Come meet one-on-one with Triangle-based social entrepreneurs. Find out what is involved in creating a business with social impact. Port City Java Student Commons, 2nd floor Nelson Hall. Join us […]

Sep 21, 2018

NC Open Pass Civic Camp

Civic Camp is two days of lightning talks (short 5 minute talks to a thought or topic); workshops; hackathon; and hands-on problem solving with government, academic, business and community participants. We encourage people with different perspectives to participate: -Technologists -Creatives […]

Sep 7, 2018

Lecture: Donna Halper’s Entrepreneuring as Social and Aesthetic Change

Arts NC State, the Arts Entrepreneurship and The Advancement of Women’s Entrepreneurs Programs will co-host Boston-based historian, radio consultant and professor of Communications at Lesley University, Donna Halper, speaking on “Re-conceiving Value: One Women’s Entrepreneuring as Social and Aesthetic Change” […]