From starting a lawn care business serving two homes in his neighborhood to earning national recognition, North Central College business management and entrepreneurship major Moe Mitchell ’20 has found a sure path to growing his commercial interests.
The motivation to run a marathon may be to improve physical health, to check an item off a “bucket list,” or to establish a personal best. The most challenging reason of all, however, may be a selfless one. That is just the kind of motivation Connor McGury ‘18 embraces.
Students from North Central College will be able to compete for some of the best jobs in business thanks to the College’s new Bloomberg Finance Lab.
When Moe Mitchell ’20 started Moe Mow’s Lawn Care at age 15, he never anticipated that his part-time work would inspire a full-time commitment.
When North Central College students partner with faculty and trustees, good things happen. They’re given opportunities that impact their college experience, career potential and influence their world.
New North Central scholarship fund supports students with leadership and entrepreneurial pursuits
Since attending North Central College, Keshawn Hawkins from Lansing, Ill., said his human capital as a college student has grown exponentially.
As the Science Center nears completion, a major building project will transform Kroehler into a new home for the School of Business and Entrepreneurship at North Central College.
Starting a business from scratch is not easy, but a new and unique business accelerator is creating a “win-win” for both community entrepreneurs and college students seeking to become innovators and entrepreneurs.
Students who are members of North Central’s Entrepreneurship and International Business Organization (EIBO) obtained some real-world experience as they researched and presented an exporting strategy for a local electron
Sales interns at OWP Pharmaceuticals in Naperville spent their summer experiencing the start-up culture of a social enterprise. It was their responsibility to call neurosurgeons to discuss the firm’s branded generic medication for treating epilepsy.