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How the Inland Empire Entrepreneur Network Can Help
“The Inland Empire Entrepreneur Network helps educators collaborate to create pathways to an entrepreneurial education and help students connect with the local business community”
Brian J. Quarles
“Once considered unique to fostering job growth only in technology-based communities, entrepreneurism now gives residents in communities like the Inland Empire a pathway out of poverty and offers viable avenues to stimulate job growth for the local community. The Inland Empire Entrepreneur Network seeks to offer effective resources to support these communities.”
This report provides an overview of the innovation ecosystem in the Inland Empire...
The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), a worldwide organization, has selected Dr. Don Ajené Wilcoxson, professor, Business and Entrepreneurship as the regional recipient of its 2021 Teaching Excellence Award.
Thanks to the leadership and coordination of Regional Director Lisa Kiplinger-Kennedy, 12 colleges in the Inland Empire/Desert region recently signed the Presidents for Entrepreneurship Pledge from the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship...
Twelve junior colleges in the Inland Empire and desert region — including Victor Valley College and Barstow Community College — recently took a pledge to support local startups and entrepreneurs in their respective communities.
By Lisa Kiplinger-Kennedy, Business & Entrepreneurship Regional Director, Inland Empire/Desert Region No doubt, you are familiar with the Girl Scout Cookie Program–the largest entrepreneurship program for girls in the entire world. This program molds girls’...
Robin Steinback, Ph.D., president of Moreno Valley College, signed the Presidents for Entrepreneurship Pledge earlier this month.