If you are interested in entrepreneurship resources, education or activity at Stanford University, the Stanford Entrepreneurship Network (SEN) should be your first stop.
Serving as a single point of contact for entrepreneurship at Stanford, SEN is a federation of fourteen entrepreneurship-related organizations across campus that conduct research, teach and/or provide outreach services.
Most of the member organizations serve not just Stanford students, the Stanford community and Silicon Valley, but also other students and members of the entrepreneurial ecosystem worldwide. SEN also serves as a forum for communication and collaboration among its member organizations.
The Stanford Entrepreneurship Network hosts the following programs:
Having played a role in the birth of Silicon Valley, Stanford has long been a hotbed of technology innovation and entrepreneurship. Both are woven into the university’s culture. Unique programs exist in nearly every school, including Engineering, Business, Medicine, and Law, as well as in university-wide organizations such as the Office of Technology Licensing and the Office of Corporate Relations. In addition, several student clubs focus on entrepreneurship. SEN brings all of those together under an umbrella organization that makes it easy to figure out where you fit in.
SEN is generously underwritten by Deloitte and collaborates with the Deloitte Technology Center to jointly develop and/or promote scholarly research on entrepreneurship, the Energy & Tech forum, and thought leadership workshops.
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