In this presentation, we will uncover how to leverage graduate school experiences to set students up to follow their entrepreneurial dreams. SWE member, Kate Van Dellen calculated her risk and took a capstone project class that wasn’t the main pathway for her master’s degree. She didn’t do this because it was easy, but because it would challenge her to take a deeper look at her life. She specifically set her company idea aside for years, and then when the time was more ideal, made the leap into entrepreneurship. She will share key questions to help participants develop mindful choices, calculate risk, and embrace change. At the end of this session, participants will have an action plan to keep the momentum moving towards the next steps.
Participants will find that both entrepreneurs and engineers are problem solvers, so what problems will you solve?
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