Entrepreneurship Outreach Network Application
Each application must include a library collaborator and an economic development collaborator.
Part 1: Collaborators
Libraries may include public and private libraries, tribal libraries, college/university libraries and high school libraries. Museums may include public and private museums.
Economic Development Collaborator
Economic development collaborators may include SBA offices, municipal and regional economic development offices and boards, incubators, maker spaces, service providers, and chambers of commerce.
Part II. Entrepreneurship Outreach Network site plans.
Part IV. Acceptance of Terms and Expectations
- Applicant has read and accepts and agrees to the terms and expectations of being a member of the Network
Part III. Membership Levels and Annual Fees
ASU is dedicated to supporting student, faculty and community engagement in entrepreneurship and innovation. For Network members, ASU will provide a menu of resources and services, suiting Network members’ needs. These are set forth on the Network’s website, and are subject to change from time to time. Key features of Network membership include an annual conference for Network members to share best practices and learn about new developments. In addition, Network members will have access to ASU’s Startup School continuing education entrepreneurship training and certifications.
- I understand Arizona State University’s commitment to the success of each Network site.
Current annual Network membership fees and services are as follows:
- Access to Startup School entrepreneur training course online
- Annual Network conference
- Startup School Stage 1 facilitator training