Embed, Engage, Execute
Inspired by the university teaching hospital model, the NC State Entrepreneurship Clinic integrates research, teaching and real world experience by providing a place where faculty, students, entrepreneurs and service providers go to teach, learn and build the next generation of businesses in Raleigh.
Housed in Raleigh Founded, one of the Triangle’s largest co-working hubs, the Entrepreneurship Clinic immerses students in an entrepreneurial ecosystem. Much like a medical student observing and learning from a surgeon in an operating room, clinicians observe and learn from startup founders.
The Clinic’s mission is to produce the highest quality, entrepreneurially-minded students with the skills to make a big impact.
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Students graduating with experience in the NC State Entrepreneurship Clinic will leave with an expansive network, hands-on experience and skill development, and better concepts – ultimately making them better entrepreneurs, team-members on startups, or employees for entrepreneurial-minded companies. Currently, the easiest way to engage is through one of our classes. You can email the Program Manager at email@example.com to see what classes are available in a given semester.
Submit a project or venture
Partner companies, from early stage startups to scaling businesses, apply to the Clinic with specific business issues and needs. Student teams meet with company applicants, evaluate their weaknesses, and develop and execute a strategic action plan to help them solve a specific business need.
Engage with the Clinic
The Entrepreneurship Clinic is made up of students taking the course for credit and volunteer hours spanning across NC State’s campus, including and open to all colleges.
Want to reach out to the Clinic? Use the button below to email clinic staff:
Andrews Launch Accelerator
The NC State Acceleration Fund is designed to accelerate economic development by increasing the propensity of new ventures to survive and grow through equity-free grants. Acceleration grants provide up to $50,000 and pro bono support services to entrepreneurs who complete the Andrews Launch Accelerator.
In partnership with NC State Entrepreneurship, the eClinic hosts monthly mentorship meetups that aim to build student entrepreneurs' network with mentors from a wide variety of industries. In addition to meetups, the Clinic hosts eConnect, an online advice-seeking platform for students seeking professional answers to their burning questions from our mentor network.