Program Overview

Graduates of this program acquire skills to create innovative ventures, recognize opportunities, evaluate alternative courses of action and formulate plans to successfully achieve organizational objectives. Entrepreneurial skills can be utilized within existing organizations and government agencies to effect changes necessary to the success and survival of the organization.

Students are prepared with assessment skills in financial and legal analysis. The creation of the business plan forms the foundation for the entrepreneur and is a major focus of the entrepreneurship program.


Career Outlook

Entrepreneurship plays a vital role in the growth of the U.S. economy. Employment both nationally and in the state of Ohio is expected to grow. Employment growth will vary by industry. Jobs you can get besides starting your own business with an entrepreneurship degree: mid-level management, business consultant, sales, research and development, fundraiser, teacher, recruiter, or business reporter.


Start on the pathway to your career at Northwest State Community College today!


NACCE Everyday Entrepreneur Program

Educate, Fund and Support

The Everyday Entrepreneur Program provides community colleges the support needed to provide access to entrepreneurial education and funding for their students to take their businesses from an idea to a thriving enterprise. Northwest State has joined the National Association of Community College Entrepreneurship Everyday Entrepreneur Program and is offering the opportunity for students to take part in pitch competitions and access to entrepreneurial education.

About the Everyday Entrepreneur Program

The Everyday Entrepreneur Program consists of entrepreneurship training and pitch competition(s) for students, as well as a program framework and best practices for colleges.

  • Educational stipends for faculty
  • Curriculum templates
  • Pitch Competition best practices & rubrics

Administrative Assistant

Julie Curry