Apply Now For The Fall/Winter Entrepreneurship Co-Op, 23-24

The Co-op experience is the hallmark of a Drexel education. The Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship recognizes that many undergraduates have already started their own companies. To encourage this entrepreneurial spirit within our student body, the Close School, in collaboration with the Steinbright Career Development Center, offers all Drexel undergraduate students the chance to use their own company as their Co-op experience.

See all program details, including the schedule and application criteria, to determine if you qualify for this opportunity.

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Drexel University's Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship ups the ante this spring with "Funding for Impact: Bridging Investment and Philanthropy," a new special topics course.
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.

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