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The Program on Entrepreneurship supports students launching ventures of all kinds and fosters a culture of entrepreneurship across the Yale campus.

Creating entrepreneurs for business and society.

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

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May 15, 2024

Student POV: Culture and Creativity

Melanie Fan ’24 describes how New Haven’s world-class museums—and the opportunity to enroll in art and film classes—drew her to SOM. 

May 13, 2024

Profs. Lesley Meng and A. J. Wasserstein Win Annual Teaching Awards

Meng won the award for teaching in the MBA core curriculum, and Wasserstein was honored for elective teaching.

May 09, 2024

Startup Stories: Ethical Investing in Emerging Markets

A conversation with Justin Bernier ’20 who, with four EMBA classmates, launched an index fund that lets Americans invest in emerging markets without supporting companies that threaten U.S. national security.

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