Looking for a great summer experience?
Immerse! Imagine! Implement! at Entrepreneurship Immersion Week!
(Check back in May 2020 for programming updates due to COVID-19 Pandemic)
Apply now for EIW Team Hiram!
Entrepreneurship Immersion Week (EIW) is an intensive 5-day, academic immersion experience for undergraduates from all disciplines to immerse themselves in the skills needed to help them develop new business concepts and apply these skills in a team-based business presentation. This year, teams of five students from each of the ten Entrepreneurship Education Consortium’s member institutions (Ashland University, Baldwin Wallace University, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland State University, Hiram College, John Carroll University, Kent State University, Lorain County Community College, University of Akron and University of Mt. Union) typically come together late July – early August at the host school, Kent State University.
Each school sends a team of 5 students (rising sophomores, juniors and seniors) to participate in a variety of academic sessions, networking opportunities and a business concept competition presentation. The entire experience (tuition, room, board, admission fees and academic materials) is provided at no cost to the students.
To be considered for EIW, you must complete the application and you must agree to attend and participate the entire five days of the program.
Please contact Dave Kukurza, Academic Director of the Center for Integrated Entrepreneurship, and Hiram EEC representative at 330.569.5480 or Dave Kukurza