Pursue your
entrepreneurial
goals.

We create the structure and resources necessary for students to pursue their entrepreneurial goals.

The Center for Entrepreneurship at the Owen Graduate School of Management was created after the generous gift from Jack and Caroline Long in 2016. Our mission is to build and grow a productive entrepreneurial ecosystem conducive to creating new and innovative businesses.

OUR PROGRAMS

Owen has a wide away of resources for student entrepreneurs. From scholarships to grants to alumni connections, the Center for Entrepreneurship provides programming for students looking to:

  • START A COMPANY
  • JOIN A STARTUP
  • VENTURE CAPITAL

VIEW OUR PROGRAMS

Alumni Spotlight

2004 alum Max Lytvyn recently raised $110 million for his startup, Grammarly.

Max Lytvyn

CEO of Grammarly

UPCOMING EVENTS

The first event of the fall with be the Vanderbilt Entrepreneurial Association’s Symposium. Check back soon for the exact date in late August/September.

GET INVOLVED

Not in Nashville? Not a problem.

We are looking for virtual mentors across all industries and geographies and anyone looking to stay connected to Center for Entrepreneurship. If you are an accredited investor and interested in hearing about Vanderbilt or Nashville related startups raising funding, contact Michael Bryant.