Location: Worcester, MA Category: Faculty Posted On: Tue Feb 23 2021 Job Description:
The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program is seeking two (2) part-time instructors for the fall semester 2021 to teach the following in-person entrepreneurship undergraduate level courses:
ENT115 - Entrepreneurship - fall 2021 and spring 2022
This is a course includes experiential entrepreneurship-related activities where students work individually to test ideas and practice entrepreneurship.
ENT202 Entrepreneurial Marketing and Communication (Problems of Practice course)- fall 2021
The goal of this course is to explore the application of marketing and communication techniques in student-owned, or managed, entrepreneurial ventures, as well as collaborating with community entrepreneurs, to develop effective marketing and communication campaigns.
Preferred Experience: Teaching experiential learning courses; mentoring the development of small businesses; and entrepreneurship.
Required Background: Master's degree, preferably focused in entrepreneurship or a related field. Previous higher education teaching experience in this field is also required.
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