Center for Entrepreneurship Articles
Student entrepreneur wants to help make other people's dreams come true
One of the questions that Nick Harper, a senior entrepreneurship major from Decatur, Ill., gets asked is "What are you going to do after graduation?" The usual assumption is that he is going to start his own business, but that is not exactly what Harper has in mind.
With graduation coming up in a few months, Harper is looking toward the future; a future with endless opportunities.
How Millikin facilitates high-impact student-run ventures
Student-run ventures are one of the many Performance Learning opportunities at Millikin University where students can test drive their skills in an environment outside of the classroom.
Millikin students honored for academic excellence
Millikin University's Tabor School of Business honored students for their achievements and successes in the classroom during its annual endowed scholarships ceremony on Dec. 13, 2019, held in ADM-Scovill Hall on Millikin's campus.
Millikin students embrace creativity during annual expo
Creativity and innovation always collide during Millikin University's annual Arts Technology Expo. Presented by the Arts Technology and Administration Department, the Arts Technology Expo showcases student projects from the academic year and introduces the campus community to various student-run ventures.
Theatre program gives children hands-on learning
Founded in 2010 by Millikin University's Center for Entrepreneurship and the School of Theatre & Dance, Pipe Dreams Studio Theatre is completely run by Millikin students with a passion for the performing arts.
Business Management, Digital Media Marketing double major honored for leadership and excellence in the classroom
Millikin event offers free professional attire for students
First impressions last longer, get talked about more and can be a deciding factor in how you are perceived as a professional. It's no secret that appearance and attire play a major role in how you are viewed by a future employer.
With this inevitable truth in mind, a future of interviews, internships, careers and a tight college budget, "Dress to Impress" at Millikin University was born.
Tabor School of Business brings first-year students and local professionals together for mentoring program
When new business students begin their academic journey at the Tabor School of Business, they are quickly introduced to unique opportunities that not only teach them successful business practices, but help them build confidence to succeed in their chosen career path.
Millikin instructor offers insight into ever-changing field of information systems
When teaching, Ed Weber likes to tell his students that a career in information systems is "a lot like a double-edged sword." One of the things he enjoys about the industry is that it changes every single day. Contrary to that, those changes can make it difficult to keep up, but there's always something new to learn.