Are your students unsure what resources are out there for them as engineering students? Wondering where they should start? Don’t worry, KEEN Entrepreneurial Catalysts (ECs) are here to help!
KEEN ECs are current engineering students available as a peer resource for all Fulton Schools students on their next idea, how they can get involved in the Fulton Schools and ways to use their entrepreneurial mindset in these trying times.
ECs span both Tempe and the Polytechnic campuses in their experiences and knowledge base. Their major’s include: chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, industrial engineering, human systems engineering and technological entrepreneurship and management. They have participated in Devils Invent, Engineering Projects in Community Service, Grand Challenges Scholars Program, Venture Devils, Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative, Career Services and a myriad of student organizations and other programming at ASU.
All ECs are available via video appointments throughout the spring semester. Have your students schedule a conversation and learn more today!
If you would like an EC to present to your class virtually during the spring semester on their services or anything related to the entrepreneurial mindset, please reach out to Kristen Pena.
The KEEN Entrepreneurial Catalysts are funded through the ASU Kern Grant through the Kern Entrepreneurial Engineering Network (KEEN), whose mission is to integrate the entrepreneurial mindset in engineering education on a national scale.