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At Rice

Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship. Supports entrepreneurs and early-stage technology ventures in Houston and Texas through education, collaboration, and research.  Since inception in late 1999, the Rice Alliance has assisted in the launch over 150 technology companies that have raised over $300 million in funding.


Other Schools and Universities

Boston College Entrepreneur Society. Provides the Boston College community with a forum for exploring all aspects of successful entrepreneurship.

Carolina Entrepreneurship Club
. A dynamic member-based organization at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill dedicated to connecting students with other students, local entrepreneurs, professors and other support organizations, providing entrepreneurship and business development education, and encouraging entrepreneurship among UNC-CH students.

Columbia Organization of Rising Entrepreneurs
. The Columbia Organization of Rising Entrepreneurs (CORE) was founded in late 1999 by students in pursuit of becoming entrepreneurs. CORE's leading objectives are to provide educational and professional resources for students at Columbia University with interests in entrepreneurship. CORE has played an extremely important role in the Columbia University community, as it is the only university-wide forum for the exchange of ideas, experiences, and challenges related to entrepreneurship.

Harvard Business School Entrepreneurship Club. An organization of over 450 MBA students at Harvard Business School that encourages and supports members in pursuing their entrepreneurial ventures.

Indiana University Young Entrepreneur's Association. The IU undergraduate student organization for those who desire an entrepreneurial career. Their primary mission is to support the entrepreneurial goals of our members. They work closely with the Johnson Center and the Kelley School of Business to provide for the unique needs of the student entrepreneur.

MIT E-Club. Focuses on developing all aspects of science and technology business creation.

MIT Entrepreneurship Center. The MIT Entrepreneurship Center team provides content, context, and contacts that enable entrepreneurs to design and launch successful new ventures based on innovative technologies.

MIT Science and Engineering Business Club
. Aims to serve as an unbiased, student-based educational resource and network for undergraduate students, graduate students, and post-doctoral fellows seeking careers in business.

Princeton Entrepreneurs' Network. A not-for-profit organization devoted to facilitating the founding, funding, and support of entrepreneurial companies.

San Diego State University Entrepreneur Society
. The Entrepreneur Society at SDSU fosters entrepreneurial learning through the exchange of ideas and the formation of relationships between and among students, alumni, faculty, industry, and government.

University of Texas McCombs Entrepreneur Society. Facilitates the education and development of McCombs MBA students seeking to capitalize on their entrepreneurial spirit. They strive to foster innovation and creativity within the Entrepreneurship classes, to support our members in their professional development, and to provide gratifying and beneficial extra-curricular activities.

University of Wisconsin Entrepreneurship Association. A student organization open to graduate and undergraduate students from all the schools at the University of Wisconsin who are interested in entrepreneurship. We bring together all students in the University who aspire to start or grow a business and introduce them to a large network of business professionals and alumni.

Villanova Entrepreneurial Society
. The Villanova Entrepreneurial Society, utilizing its close relationship with the Villanova Entrepreneurial program, endeavors to educate and create opportunities for the Villanova Community in Entrepreneurship and New Ventures.

Yale Entrepreneurial Society. A non-profit organization dedicated to promoting entrepreneurship in the greater Yale community. YES was founded in 1999 by two undergraduatestudents looking for an outlet to express their entrepreneurial spirit. Today, YES works to coordinate and support Yale-led entrepreneurial activities in New Haven and throughout the country. It is the largest student-run organization on campus, connecting thousands of undergraduate, graduate, and professional students, faculty, and alumni. YES harnesses the power of the Yale network, enabling Yale and New Haven community members to connect and learn from one another as they promote new venture creation.

Foundations

Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. Works with partners to encourage entrepreneurship across America and improve the education of children and youth. Be sure to explore their Kauffman Campuses Initiative.

National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance. Fosters invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship in higher education as a way of creating innovative, commercially viable, and socially beneficial businesses and employment opportunities in the United States.

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