Applications For 2024-2025 Fall-Winter Entrepreneurship Co-op Are Open Now!

Are you looking for a way to adapt your own business ideas into your Drexel Co-op? The Close School’s Entrepreneurship Co-op offers all Drexel undergraduate students the opportunity to use their own company as their Co-op experience, alongside a $19,000 scholarship, mentorship from Close School faculty and entrepreneurs, and more! Applications will remain open until Friday, May 31st, at 11:59 PM EDT.

This opportunity is a game changer for Drexel entrepreneurs, and in turn is very competitive. Due to the high volume of applications we receive, there are some additional criteria applicants should be aware of while they prepare their applications. Eligible applicants must…

  • Be a full-time Drexel university student in good academic standing, having maintained full-time enrollment in the two terms prior to the scheduled Co-op cycle.
  • Have prior Co-op experience. This opportunity must be the student’s second or final Co-op.
  • Complete application fully and be available for an in person interview.
  • Demonstrate their start-ups potential.
  • Be their business’ founder or co-founder currently leading the startup.
  • Ensure their business is not a franchise or a networking marketing business (multi-level marketing).
  • Have and maintain a minimum GPA of 2.8.
  • Have successfully completed ENTP440 or ENTP450, or will complete the course during the Co-op experience.
  • Not be on academic probation/have no past incidents of academic integrity.
  • Obtain a letter of reference from a current or former employer/internship supervisor.
  • Agree to sign the Co-op aware agreement which contains additional requirements.
  • Operate their business out of the Baiada Institute for entrepreneurship during the Co-op.
  • Must attend classes for at least one quarter following the Co-op.

For additional information about this opportunity, click here. To redirect to the application page, click here. Get your applications in today!

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