The Douglas C. Greene Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship provides a variety of opportunities for students in any major to enhance their entrepreneurship education by connecting curricular learning with real world experiences. Whether you are just exploring entrepreneurship or you are ready to start your first venture, there are opportunities to get connected to individuals and resources to make your dreams a reality.
The Redhawks Open Business Plan Competition provides Southeast students an opportunity to compete for investment funding to start a new business. It's time to unleash your ideas!
Is your idea the next BIG thing? Compete to win cash, recognition, and prizes. It's as simple as answering 5 questions.
The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, the Department of Mass Media, and the Department of Theatre and Dance are pleased to sponsor the Fault Line Student Film Festival at Southeast!
Provides opportunities for students to meet and have a conversation with experienced entrepreneurs, investors, and/or service providers.
A fun and interactive workshop that helps students generate startup ideas, evaluate ideas, and begin putting ideas into action.
Create, Innovate and Unleash Your Ideas! Extreme Entrepreneurship on Thursday, Feb. 21 and Keynote address on Feb. 22 with Clifton Taulbert. Dream BIG!
Global Entrepreneurship Week is an annual event that connects young people everywhere through local, national and global activities designed to help them explore their potential as self-starters and innovators.