As a political science student, I never thought that I would get involved in anything entrepreneurship.
For a few reasons: Firstly, what did my classes have to do with being an entrepreneur? Secondly, would I even make a "good" entrepreneur?
When I was introduced to the on-campus incubator, I was proven wrong. Very, wrong. I met groups of students from a wide array of disciplines that all had one thing in common: they had a problem that they were determined to solve. Sounds like fun, right?
I joined my first start-up, a service that connected international students with reliable housing in their new community, and I was hooked. We worked endless hours that was rewarded with amazing connections in Niagara, mentors, and some cash from winning pitch competitions. When I was in the thick of things I almost forgot I was even a political science student!
In my third year, I
Why am I telling you all of this, you may ask? What does this have to do with my new position at
As the Project Manager for
That being said, wanna chat about how to leap into your own business? Or how to work on your own personal brand? Email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and let's get to work!