Congratulations to Center for Entrepreneurship Director John Bradley Jackson on being named to the Orange County Business Journal’s OC 500!

In recognition of his years of public service advising and teaching thousands of students and community members on how to be successful entrepreneurs, Professor JJ (as he is affectionately known as by his students and everyone who knows him), this honor is for “…individuals who exemplify the American entrepreneurial spirit – individuals who by their creativity and determination have established and nurtured successful business ventures.”

“Being named to the Orange County Business Journal’s OC 500 is an honor,” JJ said. “When I started working at Cal State Fullerton it was as the fulfillment of a lifelong dream of mine to become a professor. But, man, I was unprepared for how truly special this experience would turn out to be. I have had the privilege to work with some of the brightest and most innovative entrepreneurs, investors, staff, and faculty members during my time here and I share this OC 500 award with them.”

CSUF Entrepreneurship

We are dedicated to helping the next generation of entrepreneurs develop the skills that they need to compete locally and globally. The CSUF Entrepreneurship program does many things, including: consulting projects where students serve up fresh strategies to actual businesses, competitions for students from middle school to grad school, helping entrepreneurs go from concept to launch, frequent seminars and office hours for entrepreneurs and professionals, and much more. Interested in becoming a part of the CSUF Entrepreneurship community? Reach out to us at csufentrepreneurship@fullerton.edu for more information! CSUF Entrepreneurship depends on the support of the community, please go here to donate.

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We teach, coach and lead the principled, cross-disciplinary practice of entrepreneurship. We believe that, through determined practice, leadership and team work, our students, faculty, clients, volunteers and alums can systematically recombine the new and the old to forge new ventures, create an entrepreneurial culture, and dramatically benefit our community.

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