Making the possible real
Learning to utilize an innovative mindset to solve big problems
80%Students that had a job or internship while in school between 2018-2019
7708Cumulative hours students engaged in the Runway Program 2018-2019
182Number of businesses started by Entrepreneurship Majors 2017-2019
FGCU Entrepreneurs Shine in National Competition
Eagle Entrepreneurs, Alainah Hacker and John Ciocca, represented FGCU at the Schulze Entrepreneurship Challenge in St. Paul, Minnesota, with their startup businesses. Of the 100 plus school groups that applied, FGCU was the the only school to have two teams make it to the final round.
Entrepreneurship Graduates in Demand
It's important to know that FGCU Entrepreneurship grads have opportunities everywhere. Start a business or become a highly valued employee. Notable employers include Hertz, Gartner, Pyure, ReachMobi, and Storm Smart.
Entrepreneurship at FGCU is Going Global
Dr. Sandra Kauanui represented FGCU and Southwest Florida with Governor Ron DeSantis in six-day mission in Israel to build a relationship with Tel Aviv University that promotes faculty and student exchange programs, collaboration on cooperative research, exchanges of cultural and artistic activities.
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Experiences beyond the classroom
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Institute for Entrepreneurship
Supporting Eagle Entrepreneurs and beyond through innovative programs that help students, alumni, military veterans, and high school students start businesses.