Creating entrepreneurs for business and society.
The Program on Entrepreneurship supports students launching ventures of all kinds and fosters a culture of entrepreneurship across the Yale campus.
The program expands entrepreneurship initiatives through new curriculum development and strengthening connections across Yale’s entrepreneurship community, while also adding an important global dimension through connections with faculty and students in the Global Network for Advanced Management. The program is led by Kyle Jensen, the inaugural Shanna and Eric Bass ’05 Director of Entrepreneurial Programs.
The entrepreneurship program at Yale SOM has three goals:
Teach rigorous, practical, and engaging classes in entrepreneurship
Support and encourage student-founded ventures
Nurture the culture of entrepreneurship at Yale
Entrepreneurs Discuss Risk, Reward, and Making an Impact
Yale SOM’s Colloquium on Entrepreneurship hosted a February 8 panel discussion with startup founders whose ventures are making a social impact in emerging markets.
Q&A with Amit Garg ’14, Co-founder of HiLabs
Amit Garg ’14 and Neel Butala ’14 MD/MBA co-founded HiLabs, a company that works to make healthcare data transformative using cutting-edge technology.
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