INTD 1089

Middlebury Entrepreneurs

Middlebury Entrepreneurs
Entrepreneurship is the mindset and skill set that allows passionate people to execute business plans and create lasting, influential companies. Students will go from idea to company launch quickly and effectively through deliverables, class discussions, and hands-on mentoring both from professors and visiting entrepreneurs and investors. Class will be focused on building a prototype, testing the market, and engaging with customers, so students should be prepared for significant hands-on work outside of class time. At the conclusion of the course, students will compete with their classmates in a pitch competition. To enroll in the course, students must submit a business proposal (either for profit or not for profit idea) and meet in person with one of the instructors, prior to registration. In one paragraph, please explain: 1) the problem or opportunity you will address; 2) the proposed product or solution to solve this problem; and 3) why you are well-suited to tackle this project. Please submit proposals to MiddEnt@middlebury.edu (by Friday October 28th at the latest). If you do not have an idea but are interested in being a team member, please indicate your interests and relevant skill sets in an email to the same address. (Approval Required; Pass/Fail)
Requirements Fulfilled:
non-standard grade WTR
Equivalent Courses:


Winter 2018

INTD1089A-W18 Seminar (Bradbury)

Winter 2017

INTD1089A-W17 Seminar (Bradbury, Reese)

Winter 2016

INTD1089A-W16 Seminar (Stickney, Bradbury)

Winter 2015

INTD1089A-W15 Seminar (Stickney, Bradbury)

Winter 2014

INTD1089A-W14 Seminar (Stickney, Bradbury)

Winter 2013

INTD1089A-W13 Seminar (Bradbury)

Winter 2012

INTD1089A-W12 Seminar (Holmes, Student Taught)

Winter 2011

INTD1089A-W11 Seminar (Claudon, Student Taught)

Winter 2010

INTD1089A-W10 Seminar (Claudon, Student Taught)

Winter 2009

INTD1089A-W09 Seminar (Claudon, Student Taught)