Mentoring in the CSUF Entrepreneurship Program: Panel Discussion with SCORE Mentors

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SCORE Orange County
(714) 550-7369
1415 S. Main St., PO BOX 2446
Santa Ana, CA 92707

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Welcome to our panel discussion on mentoring in the CSUF Entrepreneurship program! Join us as veteran executives from the premier business mentoring association, SCORE, who have served as mentors in our program, share their invaluable insights and experiences.

Discover what it takes to be a great mentor and how it can positively impact aspiring student entrepreneurs. From discussing key traits and skills to building strong relationships, nurturing growth, and overcoming challenges, our panelists delve into the world of mentoring with passion and wisdom.

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CSUF Entrepreneurship aims to provide aspiring entrepreneurs with the resources, education, and mentorship necessary to develop their skills and launch successful ventures. Through various programs and initiatives, the Center for Entrepreneurship encourages entrepreneurship that promotes social responsibility and ethical business practices. The Small Business Institute, for instance, enables students to consult with small businesses and apply their classroom learning in a real-world setting. Similarly, student-led organizations provide a platform for students to connect with like-minded individuals, learn from successful entrepreneurs, and hone their entrepreneurial skills. With the support of CSUF Entrepreneurship and its extensive network of alumni and volunteers, CSUF Entrepreneurship is well-positioned to foster the next generation of entrepreneurs who are committed to making a positive social impact.