Kelley Center for Entrepreneurship
Hear Ashley Kingdon-Reese talk about her experience with DWU nursing and the Kelley Center for Entrepreneurship.
Chase Kristensen discusses the development of his business through the Kelley Center and his coursework.
Dakota Wesleyan University’s Kelley Center has developed a premier entrepreneurship program in the region. The Kelley Center offers students inspiring educational and experiential learning opportunities. Students who are involved with the Kelley Center will have opportunities to explore their creative and innovative ideas, gain support for those ideas through a strong network of regional and state-wide resources, develop leadership skills and learn how to articulate their ideas effectively. “Entrepreneur” is not a job title; it is a way of thinking.
Whether it is starting a small business, creating the next great organization, providing transformational leadership, or developing new products, processes and/or services within existing organizations, the Kelley Center will help students set their goals and achieve their dreams.